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Answering the phone proved to be dangerous

Not only is talking on the phone while driving dangerous, but it could warrant unwanted attention.

Police in the capital’s Chamkamon district arrested a thief for robbing a woman’s mobile phone on Monday night.

The victim pulled over to answer her phone when the suspect snatched it out of her hand and made off.

The woman yelled for help, and patrolling police heard her and searched for the crook.

About 10 minutes later, the police found and arrested him.

He confessed and the phone was safely returned.

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