Tuesday night stroll just ain’t what it used to be

Tuesday night stroll just ain’t what it used to be

Waylon Jennings would call it “looking for love in all the wrong places”; we’re just calling it stupid. Police said three men had left a nightclub in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district yesterday night when they decided to hit a corner familiar to them for its popularity with ladies of the night.

Unfortunately, as they stood there seeking companionship, two men appeared on a motorbike and lobbed stones in their direction, nailing one of the threesome in the head and torso. Police suggest it may have been revenge. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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