Whacked-out son whacks self with stick

Whacked-out son whacks self with stick

A drunkard who went the extra mile and got drugged up as well was arrested on Saturday after exhibiting violent behaviour in Kandal province’s Khsach Kandal district.

The 26-year-old had gotten into an argument with his relatives, and upon his parents’ intervention, flew into a fury and began smashing his neighbour’s glass door and subsequently his own head with a wooden stick.

The police have since sent the troubled chap to the district police office.

Nokorwat

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