Take note, guesthouse ‘no drug’ signs enforced

Take note, guesthouse ‘no drug’ signs enforced

Police nabbed a drug-dealing duo in Kampong Chhnang on Wednesday with a little help from a disgruntled guesthouse owner.

The 31-year-old man and his female partner-in-crime obviously didn’t check out the rules when they checked in for the night.

When the owner realised they were carrying drugs, he called the cops, who raided the pair’s room, finding 15 packages of yama and a walkie-talkie. Both are awaiting court dates. NOKORWAT

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