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Robber to cabbie: ‘You can drop yourself here’

Robber to cabbie: ‘You can drop yourself here’

A taxi driver got the fare from hell when he was robbed of his car – and his fee – while ferrying a passenger to Kampong Cham.

Police say the victim had been driving the suspect when the ungrateful passenger pulled a gun on him and told him to hand over the keys.

Left on the side of the street, the victim hot-footed it to the police to file a complaint and gave a detailed description of the robber’s face. A manhunt is under way. Koh Santepheap

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