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Drunk driver makes a splash at soup stall

Another truck driver in Phnom Penh, this one a bit tipsy, found himself in hot (flavoured) water when he drove right into a soup stall on Tuesday night.

The crash caused the noodles and soup that had laboriously been prepared by the vendor to spill all over the ground.

The now-sober driver attempted to flee the scene but was impeded by his truck which had gotten stuck in the fracas.

He then managed to escape by foot, evading police who arrived minutes later.

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