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Let he who is without ... no, not you, druggie

Let he who is without ... no, not you, druggie

If you can’t get stoned, then why not go stoning? That logic led a 35-year-old drug addict in Kampong Cham town on Sunday into the arms of the law.

The man’s mother had refused to give him cash to pay his pusher, so he left the house in a huff, lobbing stones at passing cars until the cops showed up.

Clearly feeling his mother had wronged him, he complained to police that she had refused to feed his habit. He was charged with a breach of public order and sent to court. Deum Ampil

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