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Naive motodop loses ride to wily customer

Naive motodop loses ride to wily customer

An overly-trusting motodop was left in the lurch on Tuesday, when a client managed to hoodwink him into handing over his livelihood.

After driving his customer to a taxi depot as requested, the customer claimed to have left his keys back at home close by and asked if he could briefly borrow the man’s moto to retrieve them.

The motodop agreed, and sat down to wait. And wait he did. Eventually, he clocked his client wasn’t returning, and informed the cops.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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