Motorists blinded by booze destroy tuk-tuk

Motorists blinded by booze destroy tuk-tuk

Two men and a tuk-tuk wound up at a hospital on Tuesday evening in the capital’s Meanchey district.

Police said the men were blind drunk – literally, it would seem – as they couldn’t see the tuk-tuk headed right for them as they drove at high speed.

The remorque overturned in the crash and the moto was slightly damaged, as were all three motorists.

In the spirit of coming together, they all agreed to pay for the damage caused.

Fresh News

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