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Tipsy man flung from bike to avoid car crash

Tipsy man flung from bike to avoid car crash

A 30-year-old man lost more than a game of chicken when he was faced with a car driving straight for him on Monday night in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district.

The 30-year-old was allegedly very drunk and was riding his moto at high speed on National Road 3 when a car, driving in the opposite direction, materialised.

Witnesses said the moto driver turned sharply to the left to avoid the oncoming car, breaking heavily, causing him to fly off the moto and land unconscious on the ground.

The driver of the car fled the scene of the crash.

Nokorwat

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