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Morning glory planter found dead in pond

Morning glory planter found dead in pond

The body of a 34-year-old man was found in a pond in Sen Sok district on Monday. Keo Sonthouth, chief of police at Phnom Penh Thmey commune, said that the dead man was Prach Sarom, a morning glory planter. After he and his wife divorced six years ago, the police chief said, the planter had drunk alcohol daily. Police believe he drowned in the pond while intoxicated. The body has been sent to Kraing Thnong Temple for a funeral.

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