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Lost memories, but not bike after night drinking

A man's luck changed in the blink of a groggy, hungover eye in Phnom Penh’s Chbar Ampov district on Monday.

The man, a motodop, had gone out drinking with buddies the night before and dozed off, awaking the next morning to find his moto stolen.

The man filed a police complaint only to spot one of the alleged thieves on his stolen bike that very day.

The victim made a citizen’s arrest and police took the man into custody, while searching for his alleged accomplice.

KOH SANTEPHEAP

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