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He’ll be good as new after his morning joe

He’ll be good as new after his morning joe

Police patrolling near Phnom Penh International Airport stumbled across a man snoozing in his car with the window down early yesterday morning.

It took a considerable effort – an hour’s worth, no less – to wake the incredibly sound sleeper, but they persevered out of fear some unkindly soul might try to rob him if his slumber was left uninterrupted.

Upon opening his eyes, the man declared to the officers that he ought not to drink so much that he forgets the way home in future.

Koh Santepheap

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