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Cambodian salesman straps tons of of footwear to bike in bid to promote them

Cambodian salesman straps hundreds of shoes to motorcycle in bid to sell them


THIS CAMBODIAN man is a sole-rider as he travels round promoting footwear on his bike.

Tons of of pairs of footwear are strapped to his bike and cart as he tries to promote them within the capital, Phnom Pehn.

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The salesperson makes use of his overladen bike to promote footwear within the Cambodian capital of Phnom Pehn[/caption]

However he might not be capable to do that for for much longer – because the Cambodian authorities is about to introduce stricter site visitors legal guidelines in an effort to chop down site visitors accidents within the nation.

An additional 4,000 cops might be deployed to implement the principles – and hand out larger fines.

A minimum of 1,980 folks died and 6,140 others had been injured in over 4,000 street accidents in 2019 within the Asian nation.

It comes as greater than 100 Britons chartered their very own airplane again to the UK after changing into stranded in Cambodia earlier this 12 months.


After the nation shut its borders amidst the coronavirus outbreak, stranded couple Jerry and Karen Lewis discovered themselves caught in Cambodia after their flight dwelling was canceled.

The couple used Fb to place collectively an inventory of 103 stranded UK residents keen to cowl the six-figure sum wanted to constitution a Malaysia Airways flight dwelling.

They’re now safely dwelling after the flight left on 27th March.

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