No Dutch treat: Drunk gives cops a long night

No Dutch treat: Drunk gives cops a long night

A drunk Dutchman refused to stay put in Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district on Wednesday.

Police said they stopped the 28-year-old as he was taking his girl home on a motorbike and gave him a Breathalyzer.

Above the legal limit, he was arrested. Unhappy with his plight and presumably still drunk, the suspect spent the evening breaking a lock, ripping up the ceiling and generally trying to destroy his cell in a failed attempt to escape. He was sent to court yesterday.

Fresh News

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