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Loverboy makes off with dates’ motorbike

Loverboy makes off with dates’ motorbike

Girls are said to love a bad boy, but one 34-year-old Cambodian Casanova may have gone too far with his poor date etiquette on Monday evening.

After dinner, he suggested a night of clubbing to his beau and her friend.

On arrival at the club, the man excused himself to answer nature’s call, but was a long time returning.

Concerned, the women rang him, but was told he had taken the moto to return money to a friend. After a fruitless wait, the jilted lass filed a police complaint.

Nokorwat

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