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No easy getaway after road rage at traffic jam

A Phnom Penh traffic jam brought on a case of old-fashioned road rage on Tuesday. After getting into a row inspired by the tight circumstances, police said a 33-year-old suspect got into a creative cursing contest with another motorist.

Unhappy with the outcome, the man began hurling “many” stones at the vehicle of his antagonist. When the cops inevitably showed up, the suspect attempted his getaway – which was, of course, thwarted by the traffic snarl. He’s now awaiting the judge. DEUM AMPIL

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