Tuk-tuk turf war sees veteran driver beaten

Tuk-tuk turf war sees veteran driver beaten

Four newbie tuk-tuk drivers encroached violently on a veteran’s territory on Monday in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district. According to police, the victim was a seasoned professional who had many long-standing customers, sowing envy into the hearts of the less-experienced men.

At a parking lot, the inevitable clash occurred, with the four suspects going after the older man and knocking him unconscious. An intervening motodop was punched and slapped for his efforts. Police are looking for the men. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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