A Destitute Indian Man Walked with Head Injuries and Asked People For Food

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A Destitute Indian Man Walked with Head Injuries and Asked People For Food

Post by CEOCambodiaNews » Sat Aug 13, 2016 8:47 pm

A Destitute Indian Man Walked with Head Injuries and Asked People For Food

Rathanakiri: An Indian man with mentality-ill was seen walking with injuries all over his body in front of people houses in Banlong city and asked people to seek for intervention from Indian embassy for treatment and repatriation home.

The unidentified Indian man was wandering in Banlong city and asking people for foods.. He was spotted around 10:00 am on 11 August 2016 by the news reporter. Since he couldn't speak much khmer. He only said that all his injuries resulted from motorbike accident about 4 months ago and he was kicked out of the house by a friend. He didn't tell his name and age and where he had lived before.

People in Banlong city requested the local authority to send the Indian man to the hospital for treatment and send him back to his hometown. People believed that he was a tourist coming to visit Cambodia and at one point he became destitute, so the local authority shouldn't allow him to be like this as other foreigner might have a go on our local authority's competency. People also requested Koh Santepheap Daily to inform his embassy to help him.

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Re: A Destitute Indian Man Walked with Head Injuries and Asked People For Food

Post by John Bingham » Sat Aug 13, 2016 9:14 pm

It looks like the old corned-beef scam.
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Re: A Destitute Indian Man Walked with Head Injuries and Asked People For Food

Post by timmydownawell » Sat Aug 13, 2016 9:38 pm

John Bingham wrote:It looks like the old corned-beef scam.
Yeah I was wondering why he has sliced ham on his head.
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Re: A Destitute Indian Man Walked with Head Injuries and Asked People For Food

Post by Retardedwaitress » Sat Aug 13, 2016 10:08 pm

timmydownawell wrote:
John Bingham wrote:It looks like the old corned-beef scam.
Yeah I was wondering why he has sliced ham on his head.
As i get older i start to hate scammers and binscabs.
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Post by Username Taken » Sat Aug 13, 2016 10:18 pm

You hate binscabs?

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