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Resolution number 1: find some new friends

Some old acquaintances should be forgot, as a Kandal town man learned on Tuesday. Police said that the man was drinking with a friend, when the friend told him his wife had just called saying she was sick and needed to go to the hospital.

The friend asked to borrow the man’s moto, which he did, and subsequently disappeared for a few days. After numerous unanswered calls to the friend, the man finally filed a police complaint. The cops arrested the so-called friend, who confessed to selling the moto. DEUM AMPIL

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