A man in the Battambang commune of Tapon has told of how he and his family were rudely awoken on Sunday morning, after a missile originating from North Korea landed in the back garden of his property.
Moys Kenwood, 55, was shaken from his slumbers by a dull thud, followed by crockery falling and dogs yelping. He peered outside, and saw what appeared to be a North Korean projectile embedded in his lawn, nose-first. There was no explosion. Clearly, the warhead had not been armed.
Last night, neighborhood urchins with ropes were clambering all over the missile, and having enormous fun.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is known to have launched two supposedly short-range ballistic missiles last weekend. Both were aimed eastward. One is known to have flown 260 miles, but the other had been unaccounted for, until now.
Bums have been twitching in South Korea.