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Rather than swap info, capital crew boosts bike

Rather than swap info, capital crew boosts bike

The drive home turned into a walk to the police station for a Phnom Penh construction worker who was relieved of his ride while leaving work.

After having a few drinks with his co-workers, the labourer left his Meanchey district worksite on Wednesday but got into a fender bender with a group of riders along the way.

In retaliation, they shoved him to the ground and drove off with his moped. The heavy-hearted handyman headed to police headquarters to report the heist.

Nokorwat

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