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Joyride with passenger ends in hefty booze bill

A Phnom Penh motodup is probably wishing he looked the gift horse in the mouth.

Early on Monday evening a passenger invited him for a drink at Dra Thnom Keng restaurant in Por Sen Chey district.

The warm-hearted passenger kicked off the party by ordering expensive wine before moving on to beer to carry them through to late evening, when he slipped off, leaving the unsuspecting motodop to pay the $120 bill.

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