Capital cops bust wolves in women’s clothing

Capital cops bust wolves in women’s clothing

A trio of larcenous ladyboys are awaiting a court date after a robbery gone wrong on Monday. Police said the trio was working Por Sen Chey district when they found their mark, a man who told police he had only stopped his car to pick up a relative … in a park … at midnight (ahem).

Whilst waiting for the mystery relation, one of the threesome approached and asked if he’d like a massage. While occupied, the other two opened the passenger side door and scooped up a laptop, phone and some cash before making a run for it. Patrolling cops saw the scene as it unfolded, and quickly made the arrests. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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