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Majority rules in battle of Chamkarmon streets

The perpetrator of another case of motorbike theft in Phnom Penh on Monday was also apprehended, but this time in a very different manner.

For one, the thief wasn’t amateurish, but even the most skilful motorcyclist can’t make his getaway when he’s got a group of villagers up against him.

When the owner spotted the crook fiddling with his moto in Chamkarmon district, he shouted for help, attracting the attention of villagers, who thrashed the thug till the police arrived.

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