Traffic dispute shatters glass, freedom for teen

Traffic dispute shatters glass, freedom for teen

People in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. And neither should 18-year-old punks, according to Stung Treng town police. The hurled rocks came on Sunday night when the teen in question was confronted over his poor driving skills.

Having run a red light, a car owner let him know in some colourful language that he was in the wrong. Indignant, and drunk, the young man pelted the man’s vehicle until nearby traffic police stepped in and made the arrest. DEUM AMPIL

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