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Worker stitched up by pharmaceutical plotters

A garment worker in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district claimed to have been robbed of money and other valuables after entering a drug-induced fugue last Friday.

The woman said that a group of people came to her house and drugged her. As they left, she accidentally fell down the stairs, partially waking her.

Still under the soporific effects of the mystery substance, she was unable to file a complaint with the cops until Monday.

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