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DJ asked to put hands up in the air after bust

A 23-year-old who was using his career as a promotional DJ outside capital businesses as a cover for more nefarious activities got his comeuppance on Monday in Por Sen Chey.

Police acting on a tip-off apprehended the DJ-cum-drug dealer as he was blasting some beats to drum up interest in a capital business.

Allegedly in his possession were 15 bags of meth.

Crimes against music might not merit a day in court, but meth certainly does.

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