Unable to find husband, wife vents anger on KTV

Unable to find husband, wife vents anger on KTV

A 32-year-old woman with trust issues went ballistic in a karaoke bar in Phnom Penh’s Prampi Makara district on Thursday.

The woman drunkenly entered the club searching for her husband, who she believed was singing karaoke with other women.

Failing to catch him, she destroyed two fans, two plastic chairs, and some parts of the club owner’s car, and allegedly threatened to bomb the place.

Security guards stopped her, and the karaoke owner is pressing charges. Koh santepheap

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