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Bovine bargain bin might see woman behind bars

Nothing says red flag like an underpriced cow for sale. On Monday, a villager in Takeo’s Bati district realised his cow had gone missing and alerted police.

A few hours later, police received a tip that a 47-year-old woman was trying to pawn off a large cow worth $1,000 for the bargain price of $300.

Police confronted the woman, who admitted she stole the cow to fund her son’s wedding. NOKORWAT

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