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Criminal alchemy: Moto turned into casino chips

Criminal alchemy: Moto turned into casino chips

Lady luck was the dame that came between a couple of buddies this week in the capital’s Prampi Makara district.

Police said that a man with a weakness for the tables took his “best friend’s” moto, pawned it, then headed for the casino, where he promptly lost every bit of his $520 score.

Cops picked him up on Tuesday, at which point he not only confessed to stealing the bike, but that he’d done the same to two previous “best friends.”

Fresh News

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