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A police officer tries to offer a shirt to a woman who stripped off her shirt and climbed a billboard on Sothearos Boulevard Tuesday morning after witnesses say she assaulted another woman with a glass bottle in Kandal Market. The woman, who police say is addicted to drugs, was detained and sent to the government's Social Affairs

Department for "re-education", said commune police Chief Preap Kha.

(Additional reporting by Chrann Chamrouen)

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