Beer tab finally catches up with capital woman

Beer tab finally catches up with capital woman

A woman is no doubt crying into her beer after being arrested on Wednesday for reportedly failing to pay for hundreds of cases of the stuff in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district years ago.

A beer dealer informed police that he spotted a woman who owed him $1,000 after buying the cases of beer on credit in 2012 then bouncing.

The woman wasn’t seen again until Wednesday, when she cheekily showed up in the shop to buy more beer. When the store owner spotted her, she tried to escape but to no avail, police said. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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