Over-protective parking guards sued by rider

Over-protective parking guards sued by rider

A man who went clubbing with friends in the capital’s Por Sen Chey district and couldn’t find his moto parking ticket in the early hours of yesterday morning found the guards at the parking lot to be of no help, as they informed him he could only collect his moto when it was the last one standing.

After some searching, the late-night reveller discovered the ticket in his pocket.

But when he produced it, the guard forbade him from driving his moto that night, telling him he would have to wait until tomorrow.

The man filed a complaint and a settlement has not yet been reached.



  • Cambodia’s image problem

    In opening remarks at a recent event, Secretary of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Luy David said information can be a double-edged sword. He told a European Institute of Asian Studies (EIAS) briefing seminar that the media has unfairly presented

  • PM Hun Sen says dangers averted

    Delivering a campaign speech from his home via Facebook Live on Thursday, caretaker Prime Minister Hun Sen said his Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) had carried the country through danger in its latest mandate. He was specifically referring to the threat of a “colour revolution”

  • Bumpy road for local ride apps

    Ride-hailing services seem to have grown into a dominant player in the capital’s transportation sector. Relatively unknown and little used in the Kingdom at the beginning of this year, services like PassApp, Grab and ExNet are now commonplace on Phnom Penh streets. However, the

  • Hun Sen lays out party’s platform

    Caretaker Prime Minister Hun Sen on Wednesday credited liberating Cambodia from the Khmer Rouge as among the reasons why people will vote for his ruling Cambodian People Party (CPP) in the July 29 national elections. Hun Sen, who has held the reins of power in Cambodia