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Exercising couple now sweating a lost phone

Exercising couple now sweating a lost phone

Ensuring that a couple never slacks off during their exercise routine again, a homeless man took advantage of the pair’s workout break to steal their phone.

On Monday, the couple took a breather along Phnom Penh’s riverside and placed their phone beside them on a bench.

Sensing opportunity, a homeless man sat beside them and, as they huffed and puffed, stole the mobile. The couple noticed and gave chase.

The thief failed to make a fast enough escape, but the couple also failed to retrieve their phone, which was lost among the crowd. DEUM AMPIL


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