Two bumps don’t make a right for papaya vendor

Two bumps don’t make a right for papaya vendor

What had simply been a bump on a car ended as a nasty bump on the face for a papaya salad vendor in Kandal’s Kien Svay district on Tuesday.

The 32-year-old was riding in his cart looking for business when he hit a car, igniting a verbal argument.

That escalated quickly to the man accusing the group of drug-trafficking, provoking the ire of the group, who delivered him a punch to the face before scooting off. The police are now on the lookout the men.

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