A beautiful pop star at the parade

A beautiful pop star at the parade

A beautiful lady smiles attractively, using a hand gesture to show the number of the political party she supports. The background picture shows the long, crowded parade of the election campaign.

Content image - Phnom Penh Post

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Some Facebook users wrote the number of the political party they support and some used the heart shape in their comments.

Cheng Chiva wrote: “Win win win.”

Sophat Boy Remix commented: “Loy.”

Om Pisey was more interested in the attractive lady in the picture: “So beautiful.”

SenaPromok ChanChaiv, however, was more cynical and posted: “Receiving 20,000 Riel, if don’t go, you are stupid.” He continued: “Receiving 20,000 Riel, are you happy?”


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