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Ossified officer takes swipe at opposition

A smashed police officer’s drunk-driving spree in Tbong Khmum province dealt another blow to the embattled opposition yesterday.

The officer, who apparently decided that Monday afternoon was a good time for a bender, accidentally smashed his car through a CNRP signpost before coming to a halt after colliding with a pagoda’s elephant statue.

The obliterated officer escaped with a few injuries. His Toyota Corolla was not so lucky.

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