A 53-year-old New Zealand man has gone on trial in Cambodia for sexually abusing young girls.
Michael John Lines, who also has Australian citizenship, faces charges of procuring a child for prostitution.
He was arrested in March at a hotel in the coastal province of Preah Sihanouk.
Police accused him of having sex with two underage girls.
The closed door trial was adjourned after a day, and the judge said he would give a verdict in the near future.
Cambodia has long been a magnet for foreign paedophiles because of poverty and poor law enforcement, however in recent years police and courts have increasingly targeted sex offenders.