A man has revealed details of a dispute he is having with his wife, over her daughter - his step-daughter - riding their motorbike.
The daughter/step-daughter is only 13 years old, and cannot legally be in charge of a motor vehicle anywhere on the planet, but this view is scoffed at in many places in southeast Asia, one of these being Cambodia.
Motorcyclists, some as young as 8 years old, can regularly be seen tearing along the country's narrow roads, pulling 'wheelies', weaving in and out of traffic, three or four to a bike, always without helmets, and generally making roads a lot less safe than they already are - which is saying something!
Regular collisions and other minor accidents are the norm in this part of the world, and so, when Moys Kenwood saw his step-daughter taking the motorbike keys out once more on Saturday, his patience finally wore out.
He told his wife that the motorbike was not a toy for the children to play with.
An argument ensued. As usual, Kenwood lost this argument.
He said later:
"It's not so much that she could crash into someone else's bike, and cost us a heavy price in compensation, nor the fact that her small, soft head could get squashed like a watermelon, or even completely disintegrate; it's more about how I'll get to work if she damages the bike."