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Tinker who took tuk-tuk tackled by capital cops

An unemployed Phnom Penh 24-year-old landed himself in police custody after a indulging in a spot of opportunistic tuk-tuk theft on Saturday night.

The owner of the tuk-tuk had parked to let his passengers disembark when the suspect illicitly commandeered the vehicle.

The owner gave chase as the man made a break for it, his cries of anguish garnering the attention of a police patrol, who successfully pursued the perp and returned the tuk-tuk to its rightful owner.

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