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Junkie’s death threat pushes parents too far

Junkie’s death threat pushes parents too far

A pair of saintly parents finally lost patience with their incorrigibly drug addicted son after he threatened to kill them on Wednesday.

The dedicated dad and mollycoddling mum had allowed their son to continue living with them in Oddar Meanchey in order to take care of him.

His condition only worsened however, with him often trying to attack others, and culminating in death threats directed at his own family.

The disheartened parents called the police on their own offspring who transferred him to a correctional centre in Siem Reap.

Kampuchea Thmey

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