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Fisherman’s business not going great guns

A fisherman returned home empty-handed and crestfallen after his fishing trip on Tuesday yielded poor returns – not anything useful, at least.

The hopeful 59-year-old had cast his net into a river in Pursat town in hope of bringing home a significant catch, but wound up instead with an empty Taiwanese-made – and ammunition-free – pistol, which he later dutifully handed over to district police.

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