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Driving sleepy could have saved his wheels

A 29-year-old taxi driver awoke to an unpleasant sight yesterday morning in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district: a vacant parking spot where his 12-seat taxi was supposed to be.

After driving to the capital from Pursat province, the unlucky driver found a guesthouse in Por Sen Chey to rest his weary head.

But when he woke up, his vehicle and source of livelihood was nowhere to be seen, prompting the man to file a complaint with commune police.

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