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Toilet break costs boss hundreds of dollars

A construction worker envious of his wealthy employer has likely landed himself behind bars after he got caught pinching the man’s wallet.

The 27-year-old was doing some work in a Daun Penh villa when the house owner went to the bathroom, leaving his note-stuffed wallet at his desk.

When he returned, the wallet was gone and the worker had fled. Police soon tracked down the suspect and returned the stash of $250 he had stolen. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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