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Trio hope long tales equal short sentences

Three men in Kampong Chhnang who crashed into a roadside political billboard yesterday told police they had done so as they bravely escaped a gang of sword-wielding road warriors who meant to do them considerable harm.

Police smelled something fishy about the threesome’s explanation, or perhaps just their boozy breath, and said they most likely had fabricated their tale of derring-do to avoid admitting to the embarrassment of colliding with a billboard after a few too many brews.

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