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Cops won’t be grading on a curve for teacher

Rather than demand bribes from students, one high school teacher in Kampot town opted to supplement his income the old fashioned way – drug dealing.

Police said officers busted the teacher, 35, at his house yesterday after neighbours filed a complaint and found four packages of crystal methamphetamine on the premises.

He admitted his crimes to the cops, and police sent him to court.

Koh Santepheap



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