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Parents plead insanity on son’s joy-riding jaunt

Traffic police in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district realised that the Kingdom’s citizenry may not yet be up to snuff on the new Traffic Law after a traffic checkpoint was gatecrashed yesterday.

A man attempted to enter the checkpoint from the wrong direction before police stopped him.

Before police could explain his navigational error, the directionally challenged man bashed the police, leading to his arrest.

His parents came to the station with a medical letter attesting to his mental instability, but a compromise has yet to be reached.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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