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Passed out partier mistaken for corpse

Ever been so drunk you’ve been mistaken for a traffic fatality? One man in Ratanakkiri can claim this dubious honour after a night on the beers with some chums on Sunday.

The inebriated labourer was found prostrate on the pavement next to his moto.

Startled neighbours heard the ruckus and saw the man’s sprawled form and assumed the worst, but the hero of our tale dispelled any concerns: he was merely too drunk to find his way home.

Koh Santepheap

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