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Man’s ‘chivalry’ leads to robbery in capital

The old honey-pot trick saw a garment worker lose his moto in Phnom Penh on Tuesday.

The worker was riding along when a woman flagged him down and asked him for a ride.

He agreed, and even let her drive. However, the femme fatale soon stopped in a quiet place, where a few hommes fatals with sticks appeared, chased off the worker and stole the bike.

The woman also disappeared, leading the worker to assume she was in cahoots with the robbers.

Koh Santepheap

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