Stone-drunk driver stones drunk buddy

Stone-drunk driver stones drunk buddy

'In vino veritas” should be amended to read “in vino violence” in light of a booze-fuelled donnybrook between two tuk-tuk drivers in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district on Tuesday.

Police say that the two men were sitting in one tuk-tuk awaiting customers, but as no one came, they popped open the vino and started getting tipsy.

After a few drinks, the men began to argue and one hit the other with a stone, according to police, who interviewed and arrested the assailant while sending the victim to the hospital. DEUM AMPIL

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