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Facebook friends no more after moto theft

Aman is likely to be unfriended on Facebook after stealing a motorbike from a girl in his social network in Battambang last week.

The man, 26, befriended the girl, 17, online and proceeded to charm her with emoticons for several months before they agreed to meet.

After persuading the girl to take him on a two-wheel tour of the province, he made off with her moto while she went swimming.

The man was later arrested, leaving the girl to vent about her woes online.

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