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IKEA wannabes with meth, not meatballs

Ikea might not have a foothold in the kingdom yet, but their meatballs would have struggled to compete with what two furniture makers – aged 57 and 24 – were selling from their workshop before timely police intervention.

After receiving a tipoff, police on Tuesday evening raided their property in Kampot’s Teuk Chhou district and discovered 11 bags of meth, as well as 34 pieces of luxury timber, earning the duo a ride to the station.

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