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Motodop fights back, only makes it worse

Police in the capital’s Meanchey district are on the lookout for a man who allegedly jumped a motodop on Saturday night.

The victim, 22, was waiting for customers at a hospital when authorities say the perpetrator asked to be driven to a TV station.

While coming to a stop at a quiet spot along the way, the driver was hit from behind on his head.

Still conscious, he refused to give up the bike, which led to a perfunctory beatdown from his larger assailant.




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