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Sad end to snack quest for two capital brothers

The price of a fruit shake proved prohibitive for a pair of brothers in the capital on Wednesday.

Police said the duo were on their way to the shake stand when six men on three motorbikes changed their plans.

The two were surrounded on Street 289, where the suspects produced knives and suggested they dismount their moto and walk instead.

Wisely, the brothers complied, leaving them sans fruit shake as well as motorbike.

Koh Santepheap

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