Anti-Terror Officer Sued for Wielding Gun at Pchum Ben Duck Soup Party

An anti-terrorism officer arrived uninvited to a noodle restaurant’s Pchum Ben duck soup party, got drunk, pulled out his gun, and threatened to kill the restaurateur and his wife, alleges a complaint lodged against him at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court.

Thlang Phinra, the anti-terrorism bureau chief at the Interior Ministry and a registered lawyer, has now been called in for police questioning over the incident, National Police spokesperson Chhay Kim Khoeun said on Wednesday.

According to the court complaint, dated Tuesday, Phinra crashed the party at Tuol Kork district’s Angkor Chum noodle restaurant around midday on Sunday.

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