Drunk man loses fight against neighbour’s car

Drunk man loses fight against neighbour’s car

A young man in Kratie town learned about anger (and alcohol) management courtesy of the cop shop on Friday night after he smashed up a car while drunk.

According to police, the vehicle was parked on the sidewalk outside the victim’s house where it was happened upon by the inebriated 25-year-old.

Enraged at the vehicle blocking his path, he began pounding it with some nearby pieces of wood. The victim swooped in to detain him with a neighbour’s help.

The suspect was too drunk to respond to police questioning, but in the morning told them that he held no animosity toward to victim. He has been sent to court.

KOH SANTEPHEAP

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