Sihanoukville ‘soldiers’ taken in over fake plates

Sihanoukville ‘soldiers’ taken in over fake plates

Sihanoukville police took a wild guess that four Chinese men they stopped on Saturday weren’t actually members of the Cambodian armed forces, despite what their licence plates said.

Stopping the car for a search, authorities didn’t find anything incriminating but didn’t find any ID cards or proper registration either.

Marching the expatriates off to the interrogation room, cops were determined to get to the bottom of the case of the phoney plates.

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