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Builder-gone-bad gets constructive beating

A bad workman blames his tools, but an even worse workman uses his tools to break into a house.

Such was the case with a 23-year-old Kratie town man on Wednesday who saw an opportunity when a local left his home near the construction site where the suspect worked.

Unluckily for the suspect, the owner returned and caught him in the act, raising the alarm and drawing a crowd that beat the hapless thief until the police arrived. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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