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Woman abandoned by beau promptly robbed

Ditched by an angry and decidedly ungallant boyfriend, a drunken karaoke hostess found herself alone, passed out and easy pickings for robbers in the capital’s Chamkarmon district on Tuesday.

Police said the 32-year-old was inebriated when her boyfriend picked her up and the two got into an argument.

That’s when Prince Charming decided to leave her in a park, where she fell asleep on a bench.

Her snooze ended when two men grabbed both her phones and some $50 cash before running off. Police are now hunting for them.

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