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Cocky gamblers lose everything, even motos

Gamblers lost more than just money when they fled a cockfighting arena in Siem Reap on Sunday, leaving behind 11 motorbikes in their haste. Police raided the illegal cockfighting joint and arrested two suspects, while the rest made a speedy escape.

Lenient police made the laggardly duo sign a contract promising not to gamble on cockfighting again. They have gathered the abandoned motorbikes in the hope that the other suspects will come to claim them and sign the same form.

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