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Tough love teaches night owl teenager

This is why you get home by curfew. Police said a Sen Sok district teen came home after a late-night walk only to find his angry parents refused to open the door.

Sleeping outside, the teen was easy pickings for two local bullies who demanded his phone to “call a girlfriend” only to drive off with it.

Calls for help brought villagers running, leading the would-be thieves to panic and crash the bike. While one escaped into the dark, the other is sitting in jail. Nokorwat

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