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He who cast the first stone swiftly arrested

He who cast the first stone swiftly arrested

When it comes to road rage, names will never hurt you, but stones can do a lot of damage to your car.

Police said a drunken and speeding motorcyclist was cannoning through Daun Penh district on Tuesday when he decided to treat a red light as optional.

He angered the driver of a nearby car who proceeded to hurl abuse his way. The suspect, now angry and more willing to stop, proceeded to hurl something back – stones. Police stationed nearby arrested him. DEUM AMPIL


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