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Australian who died in Thai bar fight was 'choking waitress' before brawl

  • Tue, 13 Feb 2018 14:41

Police say an Australian man who died after a bar fight in Thailand was holding a waitress up by her neck until her face turned blue, shortly before he was punched by an American man.

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