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Moto battleground gets militia seal of approval

Two motorbikes collided in Phnom Penh on Saturday night before a drunken military police officer bulldozed through the scene for good measure.

While both moto drivers were reportedly injured, one of them was at least healthy enough to flee the scene on foot.

Soon after, a military police officer crashed into one of the downed motos, unwittingly dragging it for hundreds of metres.

When police stopped them, he explained that he was drunk – apparently a satisfactory answer since no arrest was made.

Koh Santepheap

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