Meth, booze, sex. That's what police in Siem Reap City found in the room of monk Pich David. He and his other monk buddy Chan Bunna had been long suspected of bucking the Buddhist way of life. The two, along with the four they were partying with were arrested, reports Ouch Sony in The Cambodian Daily. Here is that coverage.
This one might call for the legal and street smarts of Saul Goodman who helped out Walter White on "Breaking Bad." Not only does David face law-enforcement problems. He also has to figure out how to get back in the good graces of his Buddhist community.
In 2012, David had been kicked out but was allowed back in during 2013. Previously, Bunna had also been defrocked. If they can't bunk with the Buddhists, they will have to come up with another way to maintain themselves. Being part of a spiritual group ensures a roof over one's head, food, and medical care.