Drunk policeman in the market for a disaster

Drunk policeman in the market for a disaster

A district police chief crossed over to the other side of the law when he drunkenly got behind the wheel of his car and ploughed through two shops in Oddar Meanchey province in the early hours yesterday.

Witnesses were alerted to the accident by a loud noise at 1:30am in Trapaing Prasat district’s Trapaing Prasat commune and emerged to find phones in disarray and food splattered on the ground.

No one was injured, but phone and food vendors agreed the cop should pay for the damage he caused.

Koh Santepheap

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