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Conditions to brother’s unconditional love

Conditions to brother’s unconditional love

Blood may be thicker than water, but apparently not as thick as two suspected moto thieves who allegedly sold the ride of one of the thieves’ brother for a long weekend of living the high life.

A 17-year-old suspect borrowed his brother’s bike to meet his friend on Friday. Realising they had no cash to impress the local girls, he pawned it and turned up at home empty-handed a couple of days later. Despite the suspect’s pleas for out-of-court settlement, he was arrested along with his friend. NOKORWAT


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