Phnom Penh, Cambodia: A Cambodian man who became wedged between rocks was rescued after four days.
The 28-year-old, Sum Bora, was at the mountain to collect bat droppings.
Police said, Sum Bora, slipped between the rocks while trying to retrieve his flashlight.
Bat droppings — guano — are used as fertilizer and sold by poor farmers for extra income.
Sum Bora's family began searching for him when he didn't return home after three days, Cambodia's Fresh News reported.
His brother found him wedged between the rocks in the Chakry mountain jungle in the northwestern province of Battambang and alerted authorities.
It took nearly 10 hrs and about 200 rescue workers to extricate him by destroying bits of rock that had pinned him.
He looked extremely weak and was taken to a hospital according to police.