Clubber proves revenge a dish best served cold

Clubber proves revenge a dish best served cold

A trip to a nightclub netted a man an unlikely but no doubt sweet revenge on Saturday, when he stumbled on the former colleague who stole his moto a year earlier.

Police said he spotted the man in the capital’s Tuol Kork district who’d “borrowed” his bike in February 2012 only to disappear.

After being collared and held for the cops, he confessed he’d sold the moto to pay off some outstanding debts, then frittered away the rest. NOKORWAT

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