Police in Cambodia have announced that they plan to arrest three people for allegedly photoshopping an image of King Norodom Sihamoni into a gay porn scene. The image, which popped up on Facebook this week, was a rare public insult to the respected monarch. Though Sihamoni is not protected from public ridicule by any specific law, the country's constitution does describe him as "inviolable." "We have got orders to arrest them," said General Khieu Sopheak, a spokesman for the Cambodian Ministry of Interior. "If we don't take action against them, more people might follow their act." He added, "The king represents the whole nation and they are insulting the king, which is like they are insulting the whole nation."