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Thief’s upgrade leaves man feeling powerless

A Kandal province farmer filed a police complaint on Sunday after getting a bum deal in an unsolicited vehicle swap.

The man parked his moto next to his rice field while he started work, but when he returned he was shocked and dismayed to discover someone had made off with it, but left their bicycle behind in its place.

The victim said he didn’t expect to recover his moto, but hoped his plight would serve as a lesson for others.

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