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Guard really liked his neighbour’s waredrobe

Guard really liked his neighbour’s waredrobe

A capital thief settled for stealing a heap of clothing after he was unable to find money inside the Choam Chao commune house he broke into on Saturday.

When a factory worker reported to police that his house had been burglarised and 11 of his shirts were missing, they surveyed the scene and zeroed in on the man’s neighbour – a security guard.

Admitting this wasn’t the first time he had busted into his fellow villager’s house, the burgling bouncer was taken to the station to be charged.

Koh Santepheap

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