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Numbers man adds up possible jail sentence

A 25-year-old former bank employee in Kampong Chhnang quit his job, liquidated his funds and took up a new, more spirited pastime.

On Monday, the number cruncher, blitzed from a long drinking session, got into an argument with a furniture seller and allegedly damaged chairs, tables, and other items displayed for sale.

The seller called the cops and the parents of the suspect thanked police for taking their son, who sold land and a motorbike to fund his habit. Kampuchea Thmey

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