Drunk ‘Tiger’ promises to be more kitten-like

Drunk ‘Tiger’ promises to be more kitten-like

Preah Sihanouk province authorities were called in to deflate a drinking man’s ego after he took his celebrations too far at a KTV yesterday.

Coming into the Commune 4 lounge with three friends and downing a few beers, the man started shouting, ordering people around and referring to himself as “Tiger”.

His friends all hit the road, but he refused to go, so the owner called the cops who took him in for questioning.

He must have been more meow than snarl, however, as he was set free after signing a warning letter.

Koh Santepheap

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