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Pork man, onlookers stymie motorbike theft

Being a motodop is a tough game, apparently tough enough that it allegedly drove one man to crime in Phnom Penh’s Russey Keo district on Tuesday.

Police said a pork seller was delivering food to customers at a local market when he parked his bike outside. A nearby motodop, seeing an opportunity, allegedly jumped on and attempted to flee.

The delivery man raised the alarm, however, and he and bystanders knocked the suspect down and turned him over to the cops. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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