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Drug dealers feel need for speed, prison stays

Two drug dealers as good as turned themselves in on Sunday after they upgraded a helmet fine to criminal charges. The men were burning about the streets of Tuol Kork district without helmets – skylarking that soon caught the attention of police.

Rather than stop and cop the fine, the men sped off. As police began to gain ground – they eventually caught them – a package of drugs fell from one of the men’s hands. They admitted they were trying to sell it and were duly arrested. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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