Angry shop owner takes law into his own hands

Angry shop owner takes law into his own hands

In Phnom Penh, where triple-parking is commonplace, one business owner decided to enforce his own parking policy on Monday.

In a police complaint, a man said he parked his SUV in front of a Prampi Makara district computer shop to buy a drink nearby.

When he returned, he allegedly found his tyres slashed and asked the shop owner if he saw anything.

The merchant said he did it, because he doesn’t like people parking in front of his shop. He is being sued for $2,000. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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