Dodging wife’s wrath, drunk angers youths

Dodging wife’s wrath, drunk angers youths

A drunk man driving his car in reverse struck three youths on a motorbike in Sen Sok district early yesterday morning.

Police said the drunk driver wanted to avoid his wife’s recriminations and had decided to go to a guesthouse.

While he was backing up to park, he ran into the motorbike, whose passengers were out looking for fried noodles.

After an hour of arguing, neither party was willing to take the blame. Police eventually intervened and ordered all of the men to go home.

Koh Santepheap

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