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Pill picnic packed up by persevering police

Six junkies with a predilection for some al fresco drug fun had their picnic gatecrashed by Phnom Penh police on Tuesday.

A long-running investigation led the police officers to the drug enthusiasts’ outdoor location of choice, resulting in the arrest of all six men.

After testing positive for substance use and fingerprint signing their confessions, the gang were escorted by police to the station, where they now await a court date.

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