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Man would do anything for love, including theft

A young man’s trip to a guesthouse with his girlfriend cost him his moto on Tuesday in the capital’s Prampi Makara district.

Police said the 20-year-old had just arrived at the guesthouse when a friend caught up via motodop and asked to borrow the bike so he could go on a date of his own.

Unfortunately, he had no money for said date and promptly pawned the moto to raise the cash. He quickly cracked under police questioning. NOKORWAT

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