Monk quizzed after filming naked women

A Cambodian court has questioned a defrocked monk accused of filming women who were bathing naked in sacred water at a Buddhist temple, national media reported Tuesday.

Supreme Patriarch Non Nget Non Nget said he could not understand why the women were naked at the pagoda in the first place, and said such practices should not reoccur.

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