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Roll the bass

Roll the bass


Tracey Shelton

Members of the Cambodia Sport Compact Club attract a crowd while

hanging out on the strip of Sothearos Boulevard in front of the new

National Assembly building Wednesday night while tunes blare from one

member's  heavily customised 1998 Toyota Celica. The car's owner, Bun

Lay, brags that the vehicle's top speed is 240kph, but quickly adds

that the club's motto is "drive safely, have sex safely".


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