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Feeling quite brash, user pelts homes with trash

Feeling quite brash, user pelts homes with trash

Villagers in Pursat province discovered it was more than rain hitting their houses when a local drug addict paid a visit and authorities were called on Tuesday.

Witnesses say the deranged 38-year-old was shouting and tossing rocks and rubbish onto the roofs and through the walls of homes in Roleab commune before cops arrived to stop the chaos.

When they found he was carrying drugs, he was hauled to headquarters to answer for his outburst.

Nokorwat

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