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Row’s over for man who paddled against the tide

Row’s over for man who paddled against the tide

A brazen crime proved far from smooth sailing for one Kandal province man who was nabbed by police on Saturday.

The 33-year-old suspect from Sa’ang district was in need of a boat to go fishing but, seemingly lacking the patience of any self-respecting fisherman, didn’t want to save the cash.

So when he spotted a boat on the street, police said, he decided it was his for the taking. When police saw him on the boat, which had been reported missing, he was sent back to dry land and into the court. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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