Cops put in good scare to easily frightened man

Cops put in good scare to easily frightened man

A spooked assistant turned out to be the one giving a capital security guard the creeps when he was arrested for trespassing early yesterday.

After his driving partner left the Choam Chao commune guesthouse room they were sharing, the man was scared he would be joined by ghosts, so he went for a walk along Veng Sreng Boulevard.

But he became frightened again when two youths drove by and threatened him.

Running into a garment factory to hide, he was spotted by watchmen and sent to the police station.

Luckily, his co-worker came and explained the situation to cops who advised a more level-headed attitude in the future.

Koh Santepheap

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