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Three assaulted with knife over karaoke noise feud in Ho Chi Minh City

Three assaulted with knife over karaoke noise feud in Ho Chi Minh City

Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 13:51 GMT+7

Three people were injured in a knife attack, which allegedly stemmed from the loud karaoke noise from a house party in Ho Chi Minh City.

Police of Binh Chanh District in Ho Chi Minh City have commenced their investigation into the assault on T., 25, from the locale, as well as his father and one of his friends, a source told Tuoi Tre (Youth) newspaper on Monday.

According to a preliminary probe, T. was singing karaoke and drinking at his house alongside three of his friends when a group of four approached and attacked them with a knife and metal tubes.

The perpetrators said they had been annoyed at the overbearing karaoke sounds from T.’s house before slashing him and one of his friends.

Seeing the trouble, T.’ father tried to intervene but was also injured from the knife attack.

The offenders left the scene shortly after.

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