Wrong turn lands drunk in capital hospital bed

Wrong turn lands drunk in capital hospital bed

A soused, sleepy Phnom Penh man was badly injured after mistaking another man’s house for his own on Sunday.

Police said the tired tippler had waltzed right into the wrong residence and proceeded to go to sleep.

When the homeowner returned to find a strange man sleeping in his house, his thoughts naturally ran to “thief”.

He proceeded to beat the man until police came and intervened, leaving the bewildered booze hound badly injured.

He explained to authorities that it had all been a misunderstanding and was sent to hospital. Koh Santepheap

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