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Customer belts tuk-tuk driver over theft of bag

The suspicion of collusion led to the risk of concussion in an altercation over a bag-snatching in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district on Sunday.

According to police, a Chinese woman and her three friends were stepping out of a tuk-tuk at the supermarket when the woman’s bag was stolen by men on a moto.

Thinking he was in on the scam, her companion punched the tuk-tuk driver in the face. Police showed up at the driver’s request and are trying to get to the bottom of the matter. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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