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Mini-tractor proves to be unsuitable racing car

Mini-tractor proves to be unsuitable racing car

Villagers were given some unexpected post-prayer rest on Friday when their decision to head home at full throttle earned them a brief stay in hospital.

Following early-morning Pchum Ben prayers in Pailin province, the group of around eight villagers threw caution to the wind and put their mini-tractor into top speed.

But things came to a hasty halt when the tractor overturned into a gutter, police said. After a brief stay in hospital, all were discharged and with the tractor impounded, it will be slow strolls from now on. POST STAFF

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