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How do you say ‘we’re very drunk’ in Khmer?

How do you say ‘we’re very drunk’ in Khmer?

The language barrier got two foreigners off the hook for some traffic barriers in Phnom Penh’s Prampi Makara district on Wednesday night.

The two inebriates were driving a Lexus SUV when they crashed into three traffic barriers while attempting to overtake another vehicle.

After they exited the mangled car, they tried to explain themselves in a foreign language to responding police, who didn’t understand them.

Not in the mood for an argument, the cops let them go without a punishment.



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