A man returning to his home from a shopping excursion in the town where he lives, was witness to an extraordinary coincidence this morning when he saw a lorry with his own surname emblazoned across the front of it.
Moys Kenwood, 55, of Tapon, Battambang, spied the vehicle as he and his wife sped along the road to Baset village on their motorbike at around 11:30am.
The white lorry, loaded up with tonnes of earth, was travelling in the opposite direction, enabling Kenwood to spot his name splashed across the lorry's cab in blue paint, below the windscreen.
"Look!" he said to his wife, excitedly. "A lorry with our name on it!"
"Oh, yes," she replied, adding, "it's come from the quarry."
The driver of the vehicle honked the lorry's horn twice, as if he knew the Kenwoods, and was greeting them. Secretly, however, he was telling them to get the fuck out of his way, otherwise they might end up being crushed by the giant wheels on his lorry, which would leave them looking like a couple of grubby pancakes.