Unplanned stage dive sets off wedding brawl

Unplanned stage dive sets off wedding brawl

The stage was set for a lively brawl when a bit of dancing went awry at a wedding in Kampong Cham’s Cheung Prey district on Sunday.

Police said a group of friends had mounted the stage – all the better to boogie upon – when one was knocked off by his cavorting cohorts.

The offending dancer apologised, but it wasn’t enough to stop seven men from resorting to fisticuffs over the matter, and leaving three injured. Police arrived, restored order and picked up the seven troublemakers. Deum Ampil

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