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Room free for a night, man’s possessions not

It's never wise to bite the hand that feeds – or the person who gives you a place to crash for the night.

A 19-year-old learned this the hard way after he stole money and jewellery from a man who had taken him in for the night when he visited the capital from Kampong Cham on Saturday.

After his guest had slept, supped and left, the owner noticed valuables missing and called the police. Officers soon caught up with the traveller and sent him to court. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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