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Honesty a better policy than ending up court

A Banteay Meanchey man went to great lengths this weekend to skirt his wife’s temper. But now it looks like she’ll have to be the one bailing him out of hot water.

The gambling man lost all his money in Poipet casinos and then sold his moto to refill his pockets. Scared his wife wouldn’t forgive him, he reported a moto theft.

The investigating police caught on to the scheme, and packed the fibber off to court. KAMPUCHEAP THMEY

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