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Drunk driving leads to scene of udder horror

Drunk driving leads to scene of udder horror

Cambodia's roads take a treacherous turn every Khmer New Year, a fact that applies equally to bovines.

That was proven out on Friday when a man described as “heavily drunk” came flying down a Kampong Speu road and attempted to pass a car.

Out of control, he first clipped the car, then careened into a cow grazing on the shoulder.

The impact left the cow dead and the man with miraculously light injuries.

Despite his inebriated state, he managed to rouse himself to flee the Seth district scene and police are now looking for him.

Nokorwat

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