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Man places a meagre price on friendship

What's worth more than friendship? Exactly $37 for one resident of Tuol Kork district. Police said the suspect approached his friend on Monday asking to borrow the sum and pledging to return it the next day.

Much as in the lent-moto scheme so familiar to blotter readers, the cash was not destined to return. Spotting his mate the next day, the victim chased him down the street shouting for help. Police hauled the man in for questioning. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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