One S Reap man’s nap is another man’s torment

One S Reap man’s nap is another man’s torment

An unusual police chase in Siem Reap town followed a dispute over a workplace jealously last week.

After a fisherman fell asleep in the boat with a colleague, the suspect grew angry that he wasn’t allowed to join his friend into the land of nod.

A rather rude awakening was had when the enraged fisherman allegedly pushed his snoozing first mate overboard. He high-tailed it to another boat to make his escape, but was chased down river by the police, who arrested him. Deum Ampil


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