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Robber not a ‘class act’ in more ways than one

Don't trust your truant classmates, a high-schooler learned on Wednesday after her phone was snatched by a man on a motorbike who turned out to be a fellow pupil.

She had been crossing the road outside their 7 Makara district school when the moto whizzed past and an outstretched hand snatched her iPhone.

Unfortunately for the thief, he crashed while trying to escape. Only after he was caught and the victim saw his face did she realise he was a schoolmate who hadn’t been attending class. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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