Slapped on moto but reporter avoids gutter

Slapped on moto but reporter avoids gutter

Road rage got the better of three bikers on Wednesday after a speeding journalist passed them.

The reporter was speeding through Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district to cover a traffic accident when he passed three drivers. One of the men shouted at him, “How dare you overtake us.

” The three men caught up to the writer, slapped him, and took off. The reporter chased the offenders, taking pictures of their licence plates and delivering the evidence to police. Koh Santepheap

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