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‘Dirty dancing’ Westerners deported from Cambodia
    2018-February-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

SEVEN Westerners arrested last month for allegedly posting pornographic photos on social media of themselves engaged in sexually suggestive dancing have been deported from Cambodia, a court official said yesterday.

Yim Srang, a court spokesman in the northwestern province of Siem Reap, said the court decided that the seven — who were freed on bail last week — could no longer stay in Cambodia.

Ten young Westerners — five from the United Kingdom, two from Canada, and one each from Norway, the Netherlands and New Zealand — were detained when police raided a commercially organized party at a rented villa in Siem Reap town and found people dancing by a swimming pool at an event described as a pub crawl. Siem Reap is near the famous Angkor Wat temple complex. Three of the 10 considered organizers of the event were denied bail.

Police said those caught in the raid had been “dancing pornographically” and offended Cambodian standards of morality. Offenders face up to a year in jail if convicted of posting allegedly pornographic photos.

Ouch Sopheaktra, one of the group’s lawyers, said the seven Westerners left Cambodia from Wednesday through Friday last week. He said no money had been deposited for their release on bail. “The seven have been ordered to leave Cambodia temporarily and now they have already arrived in their home countries,” Ouch Sopheaktra said. (SD-Agencies)

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