Boozed-up driver nearly lands on the nightly news

Boozed-up driver nearly lands on the nightly news

A Toyota Tacoma driver found himself at the Phnom Penh studios of the state-run TVK station on Sunday night – not for an audition, but because of an accident.

The discombobulated drunkard reportedly failed to turn his vehicle in time as it approached a curve in the road, causing the pickup truck to crash into the TV station’s fence.

There was no time for him to mend fences with TVK because he was soon hauled away to another station – the police station.

Nokorwat

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