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A beautiful pop star at the parade

A beautiful pop star at the parade

A beautiful lady smiles attractively, using a hand gesture to show the number of the political party she supports. The background picture shows the long, crowded parade of the election campaign.

Content image - Phnom Penh Post

This photo gained 1,760 Likes and 33 Shares.

Some Facebook users wrote the number of the political party they support and some used the heart shape in their comments.

Cheng Chiva wrote: “Win win win.”

Sophat Boy Remix commented: “Loy.”

Om Pisey was more interested in the attractive lady in the picture: “So beautiful.”

SenaPromok ChanChaiv, however, was more cynical and posted: “Receiving 20,000 Riel, if don’t go, you are stupid.” He continued: “Receiving 20,000 Riel, are you happy?”

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