Damsel’s distress call answered by villagers

Damsel’s distress call answered by villagers

A woman's inattentiveness was mitigated by the vigilance of Phnom Penh bystanders when her phone was snatched from her hands in Por Sen Chey district yesterday.

Police said the woman was browsing the internet on her phone when two men on a moto zipped by and snatched the device from her hands.

Her cries for help, however, alerted nearby residents, who pounced on the purloining pair and doled out a few blows for good measure.

The suspects were handed over to the cops, and the phone was given back to its rightful owner.

Nokorwat

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