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New bottled water strangely addictive

Smuggling drugs into Cambodia’s prisons is common enough that criminals are beginning to attempt more novel methods.

The latest example came on Wednesday when a man was busted at Phnom Penh’s PJ prison for offering inmates a bottled high.

Police said the 36-year-old dealer was mixing drugs into mineral water and then feigning a simple water delivery.

The plan was ruined by an observant guard, who dropped the dime, leading to an arrest.

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