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A Koh Kong cow killed after mooving violation

A 31-year-old man in Koh Kong’s Mondul Seima landed himself in hospital yesterday after an unfortunate encounter with a cow.

The man was driving his motorbike when he smashed into a bovine blocking the road.

The cow-tastrophic crash unfortunately proved instantly fatal for the farmyard critter, and police are now on the hunt for its owner to find a means of redressing the damage done to beast and man.

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