Suspect brings a new meaning to sticky rice

Suspect brings a new meaning to sticky rice

Rice is good for a meal but isn’t so effective for concealing illegal timber as one man in Oddar Meanchey’s Anlong Veng district district discovered late on Monday.

The 22-year-old’s truck was stopped and examined by forestry officials, who moved the pouches of paddy in the back to uncover 3 cubic metres of wood.

Confessing he had been hired by a man in Preah Vihear to haul the timber, the timber was confiscated and the driver was set free after signing a promise to avoid moving illicit cargo.

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