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Crook doesn’t give up a tried-and-failed grift

Most repeat offenders will tell you it’s best to learn from mistakes, but not this man from Banteay Meanchey province, who pawned off the title of a car rented in his own name – for the second time.

The man had reportedly insisted on being given the document when he splashed $250 on a seven-day jaunt to Kratie province. But when he returned the car without its papers, the rental company filed a complaint and the man was quickly arrested – less than a year after committing exactly the same offence. KOH SANTEPHEAP



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