Dangling keys prove to be readymade jailbait

Dangling keys prove to be readymade jailbait

It's hard out there for an ex-con, as evidenced by a man in the capital’s Dangkor district on Friday.

Police said the alleged thief spotted a woman’s moto with its keys dangling from the ignition. Unable to resist, the recidivist sped off, only to be arrested later.

He reportedly confessed, saying he had been released from prison three months ago, but had been unable to find work.

The man then led cops to his home where they also arrested his alleged accomplice . NOKORWAT

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