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Borrowed wheels end up sold for cash – again

A drunkenly loaned moto was, perhaps unsurprisingly for blotter readers, never returned, leading to an arrest on Wednesday in the capital’s Daun Penh district.

Police said the bike in question had been loaned to a 22-year-old classmate after a night of drinking at a party. Five days later, the victim realised the bike was not coming back and filed a complaint. Upon arrest, the one-time school chum admitted he had sold the scooter and pocketed the cash. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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