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Funny money no joke to local phone vendor

Funny money no joke to local phone vendor

One of two suspects was arrested on Sunday for trying to pay for a mobile phone with counterfeit cash. According to police, the men went into a shop and one of them tried to buy a $480 phone using $500 in fake bills.

The seller asked the men to wait and he called the police, who showed up and arrested one man, while the other escaped. Police found more made-up money and also confiscated a motorbike and mobile phone. NOKORWAT

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