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Thai badminton player apologises

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Bodin "Art" Issara, who was caught on tape chasing and beating his former badminton partner, Maneepong "A" Jongjit, during an international tournament in Vancouver, Canada, on Sunday issued a public apology, saying he lost his temper after A hit him with his racquet. 

In his apology, which aired on Channel 3 late Monday afternoon, Art said he became angry, claiming A hit him hard in the right ear with his racquet. 

“I’m Bodin Issara. I apologise for the incident that has occurred. It was because I was hit in the ear by a racquet, [so hard that] it bled and was ripped. This resulted in me losing my temper.

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