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Drunk cop makes good case for gun control

A police officer pulled a handgun during a road rage incident in Siem Reap’s Banteay Srey district on Sunday.

Witnesses said the gun-happy cop was drunk and angry following a road accident. He did not fire a shot, but district police arrived on the scene later and arrested him.

The motorist on the danger-end of the officer’s gunplay said he is not interested in compensation and only wants to see the copper punished.

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