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A wake-up call for drowsy drivers . . .

A very, very heavy sleeper managed to snooze his way through a trifecta of collisions in his 4x4 yesterday morning.

According to police, the man was driving home from a party, so fatigued that he fell asleep and crashed into an electricity pole in Tuol Kork.

He then ploughed on into an apartment door and finally a trash heap.

The last bump was enough to rouse him and send him skipping from the scene of carnage on foot, as captured on the apartment’s CCTV cameras.

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