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Woman attempts to add to her Christmas gifts

Jewellery, they say, is the best way to a woman’s heart. But it’s also a fool-proof way to get a knife pointed at your throat, as a 17-year-old boy in Svay Rieng town learned on Saturday.

The young victim was walking home when a female suspect lured him to a quiet place, police said. The woman then allegedly threatened to take the teen’s necklace with a knife.

But the victim started screaming. The suspect failed to make off with the necklace but was able to slash the victim, police said. She was sent to court. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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