Chicken thief headed for a cage of his own

Chicken thief headed for a cage of his own

A pair of chickens came home to roost in Phnom Penh on Friday after vanishing for a day.

The owner awoke on Thursday to find two of his birds and their feed had been stolen in the night.

After engaging in a one-man search party, he spotted the fowl the next day in a cage in front of a fellow villager’s house.

Certain he had located the culprit, he called the police, who picked up the poultry pilferer.

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