Crossing Cambodia

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

From the press: law steps in

From Bayon Pearnik, issue 120, August 2006:

Phnom Penh’s finest

Yes the boys in blue were at it again the other week removing a car that was illegally parked on the riverfront (even though the no parking signs have disappeared). Well the car in question could not be towed using the spectacle lift so the flatbed crane was called in. This involved parking the truck next to the car thus blocking the road. The pantomime continued for about twenty minutes gridlocking the riverfront. Another example of how to make a mountain out of a molehill.

There's a photo to compliment the story . It's on page 7, the Cockroach (!) corner. with a great photo.

  • There Crossing Cambodia is implying the lack of law and in the meantime it looks like things are happening
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