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Motorbike disappears during run for chicken

His mind dulled by booze and hunger, a Pursat town man lent his motorbike to the wrong friend.

The victim and 27-year-old suspect were drinking together on Sunday night when the suspect asked to borrow his friend’s moto to pick up some chicken, police said.

Glad to have some poultry with their wine, he handed over the keys. But after too much time passed, he called police, who soon found the suspect had already sold the bike.

Police sent the case to court. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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