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Rocky road ahead for angry stone-hurlers

An earth-laden truck’s daily trips through a Por Sen Chey neighbourhood finally became too much for a pair of locals to endure this week.

Police said the duo, tired of grime left by the truck, pelted the vehicle with rocks on Tuesday, breaking its mirror. Police later arrested one of the stone hurlers, while letting annoyed locals know that filing a complaint would get better results than damaging property. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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