Deadbeat driver puts car – not card – in ATM

Deadbeat driver puts car – not card – in ATM

A driver was served a double whammy on Saturday night when he crashed into a motorbike and an ATM in the capital’s Daun Penh district.

The incautious man had first collided with a motorcyclist and, in his flustered attempt to flee, lost control of his steering wheel and crashed into an ATM located at the corner of the street.

The remiss wrecker took to his heels, leaving his car half-stuck in the ATM. District police have impounded the car at the police station and will take further legal action.

Kampuchea Thmey

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