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Dealer back behind bars after a year of freedom

One man demonstrated a need for a fresh career on Sunday, after he was busted trying to sell yama on the Cambodian-Thai border.

Poipet police had been on his tail for some time, and their trap snapped shut just as he tried to peddle his wares.

The man had previously been sentenced to a three-year stint for drug dealing, but after just a year of freedom the recidivist rogue returned to dealing, ultimately landing him back in court.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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