Youngster’s disco need strains brotherly love

Youngster’s disco need strains brotherly love

Police had to intervene in a testosterone-fuelled family spat in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district on Sunday, after a petty argument between brothers ended in fisticuffs.

Police said the pair got in a scuffle after the older brother tried to prevent his baby bro from clubbing after midnight.

The younger sibling was so incensed that he hit him, causing slight injuries to the victim.

Neighbours called the police, who arrived on the scene and hauled both in for questioning.

Koh Santepheap


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