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‘It wasn’t my idea!’ proves lousy defence

A 30-year-old man found the blame game a poor way to convince law officers of his innocence on Wednesday.

Cops were on the lookout for a stolen moto when they spotted a dynamic duo riding a bike matching the plate numbers of a bike that had gone missing in Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district.

When police caught up with the pair, one managed to escape and the other pleaded that he was the brawns, not the brains, of the theft. Unimpressed, police sent him to court. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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