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Pokemon Go a no-go on Phnom Penh roads

One woman’s inability to detach her gaze from her phone screen cost her dearly on Wednesday.

It is said that women tend to be better at multitasking than men, but attempting to play with her phone while driving an SUV down Monivong Boulevard proved too great a challenge, and the woman crashed.

While no one was injured, three barriers and two cars were damaged, and police who arrived on the scene impounded the absent-minded motorist’s banged-up Lexus.

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