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Keys given to phony valet

Keys given to phony valet

Cars stolen while you wait. That was the deal on offer at a service station in Poipet town on Saturday.

Arriving to have his car washed, a 30-year-old was also eager to have his hair cut – so eager, in fact, that he handed his keys to a complete stranger thinking he was in charge of washing the cars.

After a short-back-and-sides, the man returned to the garage to collect his ride. “What car?” and “What employee?” were words uttered by the lone attendant in the ensuing argument. DEUM AMPIL

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