Open-door policy proves too tempting for teens

Open-door policy proves too tempting for teens

A hairdresser with an open-door policy will likely be rethinking it after nearly losing her phone on Wednesday.

Police said the woman had left the door to her apartment in the capital’s Tuol Kork district unlocked while she was in the restroom.

A pair of teens used the moment to slip into the house and snatch the phone.

Their small-time heist was foiled, however, by a watchful neighbour, who screamed for police, who quickly ended their shenanigans. NOKORWAT

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