Sihanoukville Police Actions... Cleaning up the beach.

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Hey the last crackdown I saw in Cambodia was at my nearest PP brothel…….


Think about it.
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Garry.Crabtree wrote:Hey the last crackdown I saw in Cambodia was at my nearest PP brothel…….


Think about it.
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Much like this was probably the first bust of any size that hill has seen in a long long time...
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OrangeDragon wrote:Much like this was probably the first bust of any size that hill has seen in a long long time...
2 years I believe.
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OrangeDragon wrote:Much like this was probably the first bust of any size that hill has seen in a long long time...
Not true. Riding home from Romdouls the other night, I saw a girl with a very ample bosom at Tropicana :)
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Now i see on FB they have busted some barang with a mohawk for weed- he looks somewhat advanced in years too.
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message unavailable. Was this guy popped for personal amount? or like a pound or something? This could bode ill if it was just a small amount like you'd go out on the day with.

ahhh, I saw this in another place, judging by the cellphone next to the bags, I'd guess he had close to a half pound. Dealing the article said.
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The photo shows 2 pretty big bags, looks to be a lb or maybe 1/2 a kilo. Looks like absolute shit weed too, I'd be embarrassed to get caught with shit like that :oops:
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Sailorman wrote:N2O was one of the only nice things about the beach. (Police Chief must not get a kickback from it.) No hangover, no drunken sillyness, no barfing after over indulging. Why pick on that? From the pictures it looks like maybe 5% of the police department in Snooky may be doing something while the other 95% are still either setting on their butts/taking bribes or once in a while stopping a moto without a helmet, but letting idiots drive on the wrong side of the road, hog the center lane of traffic at 5k per hour, drive without lights(sorry forgot traffic cops don't come out at night or in the rain), drive down the white line (what's with that?) and stopping just about every driver with white skin while turning a blind eye to tons of Cambodians that offend right in front of them.

I wonder what lucky cop got the clone 1911. Kind of bright for my tastes, but better than the puny 9mm they now carry.
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Sir_Quality_U_Feel wrote:He's very lucky he didn't hit the soft spot on the back of his head on something...
Only babies have those.
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