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Lose this drinking game and all you win is a pole

Villagers in Preah Sihanouk hung their neighbour out to dry on Monday when he got a little too sauced.

The 28-year-old town drunk became intoxicated and entered a 31-year-old woman’s home.

The women asked him to leave, but the man carved a place for himself, punching out windows and a mirror.

Neighbours heard the ruckus, and came and tied the man to an electrical pole.

Police picked up the boozer who was too inebriated to control himself. Kampuchea Thmey

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