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Innocent road dividers once again victimised

A Phnom Penh woman tore down seemingly insurmountable barriers on Wednesday.

But instead of smashing the metaphorical glass ceiling, the boozed-up woman lost control of a fast car and collided with the all-too literal concrete road dividers outside the Ministry of Labour.

Her car stuck fast, she was unable to avoid another oncoming car, which doubled down on the vehicular destruction before police arrived to confiscate both mangled vehicles.

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