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A friendship ruined, yet again, by karaoke songs

A man who had borrowed a motorbike from his neighbour on claims of travelling to his hometown instead allegedly travelled straight to a pawn shop to sell the bike on Monday.

Having traded his pal’s trust for a mere $250, the suspect immediately spent the earnings on karaoke and alcohol.

When the owner realised he had been duped, he quickly filed a complaint with police, who swiftly identified and caught the singing swindler.

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