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Cambodian held abroad

Cambodian held abroad

A CAMBODIAN man has been jailed in Malaysia for attempting to bribe a local police officer, local media reported on Friday. According to Malaysian national news agency Bernama, 30-year-old rubber worker Sles Man, from Phnom Penh, was arrested after he tried to give a 150-ringgit (US$48) payoff to a policeman who stopped him at a roadblock at Jalan Bahau-Mahsan on August 9. On Friday, Judge Sabariah Atan sentenced Sles Man to four months’ jail, fined him 10,000 ringgit ($3,189) and ordered him deported to Cambodia after the completion of his sentence.

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