Race ends with face lost for Prius driver

Race ends with face lost for Prius driver

A holy jolly joy ride went horribly wrong for two groups of Chinese men on Sunday night when their race ended in an unwanted gift to the Vietnamese Embassy.

One group’s Toyota Camry slammed into the other’s Toyota Prius from behind, with the Prius sending a Honda Dream flying into a barrier on Phnom Penh’s Monivong Blvd – and ending up crashed against a tree outside the embassy.

Everyone involved made it out with minor injuries, but though the Camry driver made a swift getaway, the red-faced Prius driver was hauled in for questioning.

Kampuchea Thmey


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