Bag-snatcher done in by timely bus stop

Bag-snatcher done in by timely bus stop

One unemployed Phnom Penh youngster’s foray into a life of crime ended almost as soon as it started yesterday, suggesting the young man should perhaps consider a more legitimate line of work.

After allegedly snatching a woman’s bag in Tuol Kork’s Teuk La’ak commune, his bid for freedom was stymied when he crashed his moto into the side of a passing bus.

He’ll have plenty of time to ponder possible careers from the comfort of a police station cell.

Nokorwat

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