Criminal on the run stops to put up his feet

Criminal on the run stops to put up his feet

Getting as far away as you can from the scene of the crime is something that has still not caught on among Cambodia’s criminal community.

Upon stealing a car in the early hours of Monday, a 35-year-old drove it to a parking lot and proceeded to check into a nearby guesthouse.

By the time he awoke, the owner had reported the theft to police, who traced the car to the parking lot and found a witness who had seen the thief retire to the guesthouse.

Breakfast was left uneaten as an arrest was made. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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