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Mama’s boy ‘grounded’ over four-year-old rap

A homesick thug is wishing he’d been able to resist the urge to visit mom after his arrest on Saturday in Pursat town.

Police said the 30-year-old had fled in 2009 after beating and seriously injuring a man.

With four years past, he felt certain police would have forgotten him, but he seems to have the type of face you just don’t forget, and wound up in cuffs the same day he came home. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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