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Six likely jail sentences for one lousy necklace

A fun night came to a painful end for a woman in Phnom Penh’s Chamkarmon district on Saturday.

Police said the woman was on her way home from a party when two motos fully loaded with six ne’er-do-wells pulled alongside her, threatening to topple her from her bike unless she pulled over.

The woman refused, and one of the miscreants allegedly reached out and snatched her necklace, causing her to crash. Police, however, saw the whole thing, and chased down the group, arresting all six. DEUM AMPIL

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