First time it happened I was driving on national road 6A just across the Japanese bridge and saw a naked Khmer guy (don't ask how I figured he was Khmer) walking on the side of the road near that new crazy looking mall towards Japanese bridge. Everybody around was giggling and staring so I figured that was not something they see everyday
And today again, I was driving in the same area and this time it was a naked woman also walking casually on the side of the road towards Japanese bridge. She looked like she was from some sort of tribe and had never used a hair brush.
So how many of you see random naked Cambodians walking the streets?
Is their some naked tribe living in the area?
I really can't think of a logical explanation
There's no real support system for dealing with them, so they let them wander and scavenge (which they're quite good at) and pretty much just ignore them.
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Like Vlad...General Mackevili wrote:I've only seen a few over the years. Scary as shit when you see them. .
The one here is a REAL psycho though... I nabbed a bit of her on a video while I was filming the cops doing their thing, they completely ignored her and the danger she posed as she ran headlong into traffic.
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They get on a plane and come to Cambodia.StroppyChops wrote:What's the answer for people who can't look after themselves, and don't have a custodian?
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