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Bricklayer loses liberty after taking liberties

A man's missing coworker showed up in Phnom Penh on Thursday after a month-long absence, minus the motorbike he “borrowed” before vanishing.

In September, the thief told his construction coworker that he needed the moto to drive their boss to the construction site. But the owner didn’t see his supposed pal again until last week.

Confronted by police and his bitter buddy, the suspect allegedly admitted to selling the bike for $600 and was sent to jail.

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