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Riverside revellers come to the rescue

A Nigerian man, whose phone was snatched by a thief on Sisowath Quay in Daun Penh district, was at the receiving end of righteousness after a bunch of bystanders intervened to assist.

His calls for assistance soon attracted a crowd who quickly encircled the phone-snatcher until the police arrived and apprehended him. The phone has since been returned to its owner.

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