Bicycle bandit brought to heel by neighbours

Bicycle bandit brought to heel by neighbours

Stealing a student’s means of getting to class is a no-no, at least for capital citizens in Teuk Thla commune who took down a bicycle thief on Sunday.

After the university pupil parked her pedal-powered ride in front of her house, a suspect hopped on and took off.

Luckily, the landlord noticed and sounded the alarm, to which villagers responded by halting him and doling out some kicks before cops arrived.

The bruised burglar was brought to headquarters where he admitted that this type of heist had worked once before.

Koh Santepheap

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