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Money back guarantee? Unheard of in Poipet

People who think air travel has become an exercise in humiliation would do well to avoid Poipet town van drivers.

According to police, a migrant worker on his way home from Thailand secured the services of a van to take him there.

After sitting in the van for over an hour without moving, the passenger demanded his money back, only to be rebuffed by the driver, who allegedly proceeded to punch and slap him in the face.

The man fled the van and filed a complaint, but the driver remains at large. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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