Dentist’s new ride hits a nerve with Kandal cops

Dentist’s new ride hits a nerve with Kandal cops

A dentist was left feeling numb on Monday after being arrested for receiving stolen goods in Kandal province.

Police said a man, 41, reported that his home, in the capital’s Prampi Makara district, was broken into and his motorbike stolen earlier this month.

On a visit to Kandal, the victim, quite by chance, saw the dentist, 28, with his motorbike. When police arrived, the dentist said he had bought the wheels recently and had no idea the bike was stolen.

Police deemed his story full of holes and charged him. NOKORWAT

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