Mysteries of tractor too much for K Chhnang dad

Mysteries of tractor too much for K Chhnang dad

A 44-year-old farmer isn’t on such great terms with his tractor after he fought the machine and the machine won.

The Kampong Chhnang man had never driven the family tractor before and on Tuesday asked his son to give a driving lesson.

Dad didn’t realise the machine requires steering, and turned on the engine and disembarked.

The machine declared mutiny and ended up tossing the man and pinning him against a tree. He’s now in the provincial hospital recovering from internal injuries. Kampuchea Thmey


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