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Karmic retribution for pagoda dope dealers

A couple of careless – and decidedly unpious – yama slingers and their buyers were busted during a drug deal inside a pagoda in Banteay Meanchey’s Sisophon town.

The suspects tried to sell yama to two men inside the pagoda during the Pchum Ben festival. Police, however, saw the deal and arrested all four.

The cops took seven yama packages, two mobile phones and a motorbike from the suspects, who were sent to court.

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