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Drugged-up teens now playing the quiet game

Four rowdy, drunken teens were arrested for disturbing the peace in Angkor Borey district in Takeo province on Monday night.

The 16-year-old boys, all students, were making such a racket that their neighbours couldn’t sleep and had to call the cops.

After the arrest, police gave the suspects a urine test and detected evidence of drugs in their system. The four have been sent to the provincial military police.

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