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Workers’ party ends sadly with moto theft

A union worker party got out of hand on Monday evening, with an ill-timed trip to a massage parlour resulting in two missing motos.

After getting merry in a rented room in Phnom Penh’s Por Sen Chey district, one borrowed the moto of the room’s owner to give another member a lift home – leaving behind both their motos.

The room’s occupant headed over to the massage parlour, leaving both motos locked up.

However, when the first fellow returned to the now empty room, both motos had vanished.

Kampuchea Thmey

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