Hard to put a price on friendship … OK, it’s $300

Hard to put a price on friendship … OK, it’s $300

A friendship of five years ended in four days after a Pursat town man was revealed as a moto-swiping scoundrel on Saturday.

Police said the suspect had been drinking wine with his longtime buddy when he asked to borrow the victim’s scooter. Given their longtime relationship, the friend agreed.

Four days later, he realised the bike would not be returning and contacted authorities. Police pinched the perp in no time flat, but the bike was long gone for a cool $300. DEUM AMPIL

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