Man tries different kind of vehicular homicide

Man tries different kind of vehicular homicide

A drunken man, outraged at the insolence of a parked car that dared block his way, did what any rational person would do and attacked it yesterday night.

Police said the 26-year-old had been stumbling home in Poipet town when the vehicle in question came into view.

Rather than walk around it, he proceeded to pick up a stick and teach it a lesson it would not absorb due to it’s being an inanimate object.

Waking up in the drunk tank the next morning, the man admitted he had no quarrel with the car’s owner, just with the car.

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