British Must Write A Letter of Apology to Cambodia after Misconduct
British Must Write A Letter of Apology to Cambodia after Misconduct. Two British tourists who broke into an embassy in Cambodia on Wednesday and fell asleep at a police station had to promise the country never to do such a thing again.
“Every time I visit this beautiful country, I will be a good tourist,” they write in letters of apology that they had to sign from the police.
Various English-language media report the 40-year-old James Donaghue and his 27-year-old drinking buddy Josh Little having a party that got out of hand.
Donaghue stumbled into the Turkish embassy in the capital of Phnom Penh last Wednesday at 5 a.m. Just before that, he and Little had kept neighbours from the embassy awake with their noise, Daun Penh told the British Daily Mail on behalf of the police.
The local police had little trouble arresting the pair soon afterwards and taking them to the police station. There the tourists fell asleep during the interrogation. There are photos on the internet showing the two sleeping on the floor of the interrogation room.
The men did not receive a prison sentence but had to sign an apology letter with their fingerprint. The letter states that they apologise. “It was a mistake, and we promise it will never happen again,” they address to the country of Cambodia.
In two other letters, both men now adhere to the legislation of the country. And: “I will help Cambodia by behaving like a good tourist every time I visit this beautiful country. If you need me, I will be happy to come to you at any time. “