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Woman assaulted after questioning her KTV bill

Woman assaulted after questioning her KTV bill

An episode at a capital KTV had the air of a reality TV meltdown when a woman was hit on the head by staff after trying to haggle over her bill early yesterday.

When the check came back reading $118 the woman noted that she and her five friends only drank a case and a half of beer and didn’t order food.

Workers responded by taking to Facebook Live and delivering pointed words before exchanging blows with the woman and her posse.

Getting the cold shoulder from the establishment’s owner, the scorned songstress turned the case over to Por Sen Chey district police.

Koh Santepheap

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