Trodden-upon dancer bore enduring grudge

Trodden-upon dancer bore enduring grudge

Next time you’re intoxicated and attempting some moves at a wedding party, watch your feet.

A Poipet man was beaten up at home on Monday, days after he stepped on the toes of a hothead on a wedding reception dance floor.

The victim was watching TV and had forgotten to lock his door when the pair of suspects quietly entered and jumped him.

A neighbour called the police, who arrested them. The duo claimed they had asked the victim to apologise at the wedding but he had refused. DEUM AMPIL

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