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Short fuse sees man singing prison blues

An impatient car mechanic is paying for his loose temper after damaging a car he was supposed to repair in Mondulkiri. The mechanic fixed a car on Monday, but had to wait for his customer’s mother to pay the bill.

When she finally showed up, the fuming repairman told her she had precisely 15 minutes to pay the fee and get the car out of his garage. Time up, the grumpy garage owner attacked the car with a stick. Now, instead of being paid for his services, he’s paying for damages.

Koh Santepheap

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