Police detain 19 men in late-night park raid

Police detain 19 men in late-night park raid

A trip to the park landed a group of Siem Reap men in trouble with the cops on Friday. The men, who were regular visitors to the park, first attracted the attention of police by wearing women’s clothing.

But when police took a closer look they realised the men were in pursuit of sex. While cops managed to nab 19 of them, many more escaped. Those under arrest have been ordered to sign a contract to stop their illicit activities. DEUM AMPIL

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