Post-clubbin’ search for lovin’ ends badly

Post-clubbin’ search for lovin’ ends badly

Five men on the prowl got a lot more than they bargained for yesterday. Police said the quintet had decided to shift gears after getting into an argument at a Daun Penh district night club.

Stumbling out of the club, they headed down the street in search of ladies to “flirt” with, when they were confronted by a man with a gun, who fired several shots in their direction.

It’s still unknown if the shooting, which injured one man in the thigh, was related to the club row. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA

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