Sunday, August 23, 2009

Drunken Cambodian workers attack

Brothers attack co-workers with knives

On Fri, just after midnight, the Banglamung Police were called to the scene of attack at the construction worker’s camp of the Wandee Group, on Soi Naklua 16/2.

The Police then rushed to investigate. Upon arrival, the officers discovered a group of injured men, who were Cambodian construction workers, waiting for help from the authorities outside the camp. The Police sent them to Banglamung hospital for treatment. Four workers had been slashed by knives on their arms, heads and legs. All the injured were treated separately, as they were still in drunken condition. The Head of the Cambodian workers, Joy, aged 30, told Police that before the incident occurred, the workers had been paid, and then set to drinking in a circle inside the camp. After they all got quite drunk, a brawl started. The troublemakers, Pao and Lain, aged 29 and 26, who are brothers, pulled out their knives and slashed their co-workers, but the two had also been beaten up by their friends as well. All of the injured parties will be interrogated after they get better.

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