Teen aided by mob after fender-bender

Teen aided by mob after fender-bender

A matronly Mercedes driver got schooled by a bunch of students on Tuesday in the capital’s Daun Penh district.

Police said the older woman had been driving on Street 184 when she slammed into a 17-year-old girl’s moto from behind, banging up bike and driver.

The woman refused to leave her car and yelled through the window that she knew “a lot of well-connected people”.

Connections or no, a mob of students quickly surrounded the car. With no help from connections forthcoming, she conceded and paid for repairs.



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