Do-gooders with violent streak help theft victim

Do-gooders with violent streak help theft victim

Several good-but-violent Samaritans foiled an attempted bag snatching in Sihanoukville on Saturday through the use of brute force.

According to police, while the victim was crossing the road, two men rode by and snatched her bag, leaving her slightly injured.

Others on the same road came to the rescue by pushing the alleged thieves’ bike over before throwing down a beating.

The victim was sent to hospital, the suspects were sent to court, and peace reigned on the sunny streets of Sihanoukville. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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