Wedding brawler nabbed six years after said brawl

Wedding brawler nabbed six years after said brawl

All eyes were taken off the bride and groom when a booze-fuelled reveller turned their wedding party into a battle royale back in 2008.

Six years on, the 22-year-old man behind the wedding-night violence in Kampong Chhnang’s Boribor district was finally charged on Wednesday after police found him hiding out in his home, “safe” in his belief that they would have forgotten all about the incident.

With no escape, the man admitted that after having one-too-many drinks, he had argued with a group of guests and attacked two of them with a wooden stick. NOKORWAT


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