Pair turn out to be not dead, just dead drunk

Pair turn out to be not dead, just dead drunk

Two vomit-splattered drunks in Prey Veng province were found sleeping like the dead on the pavement on Friday, to the considerable consternation of the unfortunate soul who found them.

Believing the pair to be dead, the witness called the cops, who were able to resurrect the tipsy twosome.

The men had, they explained, mistaken the pavement for the comfort of a guesthouse bed.

That excuse didn’t fly with the cops, who called the drunkards’ families to collect them.

Norkorwat

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