Woman scorned scalds hubby in retribution

Woman scorned scalds hubby in retribution

Fed up with her husband’s boozing, a 32-year-old Stung Treng woman poured hot water over him when he returned home at 3am on Saturday after a day out drinking with local villagers.

The women had attempted to call her husband multiple times, but he had ignored her calls.

When he returned home, he passed out in his hammock, only to be awakened by the aforementioned water.

The victim is now recovering in hospital, while the woman is being detained at the police station.

Rasmei Kampuchea


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