Things go from bad to worse for capital kids

Things go from bad to worse for capital kids

Colliding with a Lexus in Phnom Penh is never good news. But when the Lexus belongs to a RCAF military officer, it’s just not your day, as three young men found out yesterday morning.

After colliding with the vehicle at high speed, the irate owner alerted local police. The speedsters’ panic prompted a police pat-down, revealing a samurai sword hidden inside their clothing.

Police speculate the men may have been hotfooting it from rivals elsewhere, and are questioning the trio.

Nokorwat

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