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Man chooses night of partying over friendship

You can’t put a price on friends, unless you’re a Por Sen Chey man who decided that a friend’s trust was worth roughly the cost of a fun night out. Police said the suspect asked to borrow a friend’s moto, but never returned.

The man went looking for his so-called friend, and spotted him in a karaoke parlour, singing and drinking with some chums. After his arrest the man reportedly confessed to selling the bike so he could party a bit. Koh Santepheap

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