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Teacher earns straight F’s in bag snatching

Teachers are often accused of taking money from students in the Kingdom, but a primary schoolteacher took this to a whole new level after he was arrested for allegedly stealing a 19-year-old female high schooler’s handbag in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district on Monday.

Police said the teacher, who did not work at the student’s school, fell off the motorbike he and an accomplice had used to execute a high-speed bag-snatching. The bag was returned, but the teach’s alleged cohort escaped. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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