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Cops leave drunk driver to sleep off hangover

A Chinese man with positively preternatural snoozing abilities was found fast asleep in his Range Rover parked right in front of an electricity pylon behind his country’s embassy.

He had apparently gotten blind drunk and crashed into it at high speed, yet his slumber remained unbroken.

Compassionate cops weathered the storm and stood by the unconscious driver’s vehicle to ward off potential thieves, but eventually woke him him up after their patience wore thin.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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