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Cheated motodop left feeling life’s un-fare

A motodop was relieved of his Honda Dream on Monday evening in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district.

Tempted by the prospect of a $2 fare, the man drove two customers from the Choam Chao roundabout to a lane in Por Sen Chey.

Away from prying eyes, his clients revealed their true intentions, serving up a brutal beating rather than the two bucks promised, before making off with the moto.




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