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Seven-of-a-kind show their hands, pay price

Seven motodops in Pursat town have seen the light when it comes to gambling, after local police saw theirs first. Police said that the card-playing septet were indulging in some illegal cards and decided to illuminate matters to keep the game going as night fell.

Spying the light under a tree, patrolling cops sped down the quiet street and raided the game. Police managed to arrest five, with two disappearing into the night. Six motos were also confiscated, which helped leverage pledges to stop gambling. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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