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Leading by example is for squares: gamblers

A group of card sharks were arrested in Kampong Cham town on Tuesday for an illegal gambling racket that has led to the neglect of their families.

Police said a neighbour filed a complaint saying that a number of locals were addicted to playing cards in the community, spending all their time doing so.

A police raid netted four, two men and two women, as the rest of the 10-person group escaped. The suspects promised to abandon their cards. Kampuchea Thmey

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