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Mannequins' mackintoshes

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TRACEY SHELTON

A Phnom Penh clothing store struggles to keep its plastic mannequins and display clothes dry during a downpour last week. Reluctant to remove the clothes from the plastic store dolls or carry them inside the shop, the owner of this Street 19 shop resorted to covering each of the mannequins with a plastic mackintosh.

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