Horn section leads to rocking time for thugs

Horn section leads to rocking time for thugs

Gangsters don’t like to be honked at – a lesson to be remembered for anyone driving through Kampong Cham town.

Three of the hooligans were arrested on Tuesday after they used rocks to smash a car window after a driver beeped his horn to alert them that they were walking in the middle of the road.

Police said the men were known local gangsters. Easily affronted, they objected to the man honking at them and began throwing rocks at the car. Local cops intervened and arrested the thugs. Kampuchea Thmey

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