Sword-wielding moto thugs miss their quarry

Sword-wielding moto thugs miss their quarry

Three sword-wielding thugs were arrested on Tuesday, after the search for their intended adversaries only drew the attention of police.

After a drunken restaurant squabble with another party, the tipsy trio left the restaurant, loudly riding their motos with sword in hand, in an attempt to find their elusive dinner foes, who had left the restaurant earlier.

But their noisy search merely attracted the attentions of passing police, who arrested the goons and are now preparing to send them to court.

Kampuchea Thmey

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