Lorry driver in trouble after hauling bad meat

Lorry driver in trouble after hauling bad meat

Cops held one hell of a barbecue in Banteay Meanchey province on Monday when they burned more than 1,700 kilograms of expired chicken meat confiscated from a truck.

Linking up with colleagues at the customs office, police stopped a bus heading into the country with the foul filets.

After roasting the evidence to extra-well done, officers pulled the driver in to headquarters for a grilling in an effort to find the owner of the putrid poultry.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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