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Peddling yama every payday on the jobsite

Working in the heat of a Battambang construction site, one would need a respite; perhaps, a cold drink might do. But for others, yama is the ticket. Police caught two drug dealers on Monday while on their way to sell yama to construction workers.

They confessed to police that they would sell drugs to the workers every month on payday and had a few small packages on them. They were sent to court and workers have been warned to kick the habit.
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