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Aussie drug dealer ‘King Kong’ found dead in Cambodia

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An Australian known as “King Kong”, who has previously been arrested for dealing ice and cannabis, has been found dead in a Cambodian street.

 

Alan Rolf Jensen, 54, from Melbourne was found dead on Sunday morning on a street in Khan Daun Penh, a popular tourist bar and restaurant strip in the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh. Jensen was a regular visitor to Cambodia and had been staying nearby at the Walkabout Hotel. Jensen was arrested in 2013 on drug-trafficking charges.

 

Cambodian Police reported that the Australian was known to his associates as “King Kong” and accused him of selling drugs along Phnom Penh’s popular Tonle Sap riverside.

 

read more https://www.news.com.au/world/asia/aussie-drug-dealer-king-kong-found-dead-in-cambodia/news-story/92e7297be8efde55c27e37965e20767c

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1 minute ago, geoffbezoz said:

Good riddance to him and his ilk.

What about the customers/punters?

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If he was staying at the walkabout, he wasn't a big spender. OK place but on the budget side.

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ages ago before i knew better checked out a room at walkabout. could not stay for 1 minute as air freshener stench was extremely strong.  was normal for staff though.

 

that whole building was torn down a while ago.

 

better name was "walkaway"

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1 hour ago, Cats4ever said:

If he was staying at the walkabout, he wasn't a big spender. OK place but on the budget side.

The Walkabout closed around 3 years ago. Very poor journalism here.

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1 hour ago, Cats4ever said:

If he was staying at the walkabout, he wasn't a big spender. OK place but on the budget side.

Back in the day The Walkabout was regularly raided for one reason or another.  A real dive but at least some of the clientele were "interesting".

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He has now gone for a long. last not coming back walkabout.

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Quote:-

"Jensen was arrested in 2013 on drug-trafficking charges (in Phnom Penh).

If he was a regular visitor to Cambodia why was he allowed entry?

 

 

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nobody sells drugs on the riverside, they try to sell fake stuff and nobody is interested. the only crime that happens there is pickpocketing, and they get a pass from police and locals because thats an authentic khmer job

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