Cambodian Wedding in Thailand Turns Violent

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Cambodian Wedding in Thailand Turns Violent

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:41 pm

Cambodian worker severely injured in Samut Prakan brawl
February 11, 2019 11:16
By The Nation
A Cambodian worker was severely injured in a fight with fellow Cambodians on Sunday night in Samut Prakan following a wedding reception.
The injured Cambodian migrant, who was beaten up and knifed, was identified as Thad Eef, 37, a worker at a factory in the Bang Pu industrial estate.

His right arm was almost severed and he was rushed to Samut Prakan Hospital.

His sister, Pha, 39, told police that Thad attended a wedding of fellow Cambodians in the evening at a restaurant and while he was dancing, he got into a quarrel with a group of Cambodian workers from another factory.

Pha said she and her brother were walking home along a soi about two kilolmetres from the restaurant when they encountered the same group of Cambodians who beat Thad up and attacked him with a knife.

Police will check footage from security cameras in the neighbourhood to identify and arrest the attackers.
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Re: Cambodian Wedding in Thailand Turns Violent

Post by hanno » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:45 pm

You can take the Khmer out of Cambodia but you cannot take Cambodia out of the Khmer. Sounds like a normal Khmer wedding....
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