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Life’s a beach – and then you’re locked in prison

A day at the beach ended with a night in the slammer for three men in Sihanoukville on Monday.

Police said the men were walking down the beach when they allegedly snatched a tourist’s bag containing a camera and some cash.

The men tried to flee, but the woman’s cries drew police, who easily scooped up the suspects. DEUM AMPIL

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