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Drunk official bangs up his car outside casino

Drunk official bangs up his car outside casino

A drunk tax officer from Battambang taxed locals’ patience when he climbed behind the wheel of his Lexus in Kamrieng district on Sunday.

After departing from Ta Van Market, he lost control of the vehicle and crashed, destroying a 2-metre length of casino gate.

He threw his Lexus into reverse and backed up, crashing into three motorbikes and two cars. He tried to go forward again but slammed into the casino gates once more.

At this point, the officer gave up, bailed out of his car and ran away.

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