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Motodops seek change of rides, now face court

Two motodops from Sihanoukville – who allegedly started stealing motorbikes – should have stuck with simply driving. According to police, the pair, both 25, couldn’t resist the opportunity to move from taxiing to taking.

Having watched the men closely, police swooped on Sunday, confiscating two motorbikes and lock-breaking tools from their rental home. The pair, who are off to court, reportedly confessed to stealing a few motorbikes.
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