Swinging voter swerves clear of alcohol embargo

Swinging voter swerves clear of alcohol embargo

Election day celebrations swung out of control for a man in Oddar Meanchey province.

Ignoring the government alcohol ban, the man imbibed heavily then wobbled towards home on his moto.

Unable to steer, the drunkard veered off the road in Banteay Ampil district.

As scrutinisers were counting their votes, the man was counting his blessings when police arrived and sent him to hospital.

National Police


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