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Gun-toting gangsters get a taste of justice

Hungry for some night-time nosh, a couple in Sihanoukville town likely lost their appetite on Friday night when they found themselves at the wrong end of a gun.

Wielding the pistol were three bandits who took the pair’s likely snack budget for the month – $250 – and two phones.

The couple, however, quickly informed nearby police and enjoyed the sweet taste of justice after the group was swiftly arrested by the officers, who will soon send the suspects to court.

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