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‘Thief’ steals bride and groom’s thunder, moto

A 34-year-old man learned crashing a wedding is probably more fun when you steal the booze rather than a moto.

The suspect saw a wedding party in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district and all the motos parked outside.

Hoping the guests would be distracted with their tears of happiness, the man picked out a ride, told the security guard it was his and made off like a bandit.

Unlucky for him, the moto’s owner came out not long after and called police to retrieve his bike and arrest the joy-rider. DEUM AMPIL

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