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Teacher schooled by students with no class

A 32-year-old teacher got a lesson in hooliganism in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Police said the woman had arrived at her Sen Sok district school in the capital at about 6am, looking to get an early start on the day’s work

But on arriving to a still-empty campus, she was followed into the lot by two men who threatened her with a knife and struck her several times before taking off with her motorbike.

Students and teachers arriving later revived the woman and sent her to hospital, while police are hunting for the suspects.

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