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Waiter settles grudge with wedding reveller

Waiter settles grudge with wedding reveller

A server at a wedding party beat the head of a party guest bloody Wednesday afternoon in Battambang.

The server was drinking during the party and had stopped serving to take a seat near the victim.

The two were heatedly discussing some past bad blood when the suspect took a stick to the victim’s head.

The suspect reportedly admitted to police that it was the discussion that had triggered the violence. The victim was sent to hospital.

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