Burgled buffaloes baffle, but only for a bit

Burgled buffaloes baffle, but only for a bit

While buffalo are known to buffalo fellow buffalo, in Kampong Cham, burglars buffalo buffalo owners.

This was the case last week when seven buffaloes were stolen from a house in the provincial town, bamboozling and angering their owner.

Said owner put in a complaint to the police, who were able to track down the buffalo in time to intercept three men trying to offload them to an unsuspecting buyer.

The men confessed to the crime and the seven animals were returned. Koh santepheap

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