Drugged-up behaviour beggars police’s belief

Drugged-up behaviour beggars police’s belief

An abusive beggar’s behaviour landed him in big trouble in Kandal on Saturday, after police discovered more than just charitable alms in his house.

The suspect had found four packets of drugs while begging in Doeum Kor market, and decided to try them out.

When he returned home, he propositioned his wife but his advances were rejected and he began to beat her.

Police arrived to intervene, but also noticed the remainder of the man’s find and arrested him.

Kampuchea Thmey

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