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Police say meat racket past its expiration date

Police in Banteay Meanchey province’s Sisophon town pulled over a car carrying an unusual load yesterday afternoon: a tonne of rancid meat.

The vehicle’s owner claimed this was a regular occurrence, having made four similar meaty migrations from the Thai border before, and his carrion cargo was destined to be used as crocodile chow.

The cops thought his excuse was pretty offal, and the meat was destroyed, denying the crocs their dinner.

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