As for the MTVExit concert, don't get me started on that. Scheduled to kick-off at 4pm, I was on time and three hours later was still waiting for the bloody show to begin. By this time I had completely lost patience, especially after watching half an hour of kiss-arse speeches from various sponsors and do-gooders who all professed their love for Sar Kheng and the government. It was cringeworthy. I couldn't be bothered to hang around any longer especially to listen to headliners I'd never heard of - Click who? Okay, I did want to hear the line-up of Khmer superstars but I can wait for another day to hear them. It was well attended for sure (including a group of demented screaming barangs) and I should know that nothing in Cambodia ever starts on time, but I'd already lost my rag at the heavy-handed security buffoons, who couldn't organize a piss-up in a brewery, and three hours late is enough to try the patience of a saint. I hope they suffered from one of Phnom Penh's regular power outages.