Dreadful dad slanders daughter, steals moto

Dreadful dad slanders daughter, steals moto

A mercenary man chose to forsake familial ties by cheating his sorry son-in-law of his motorbike, even going so far as to besmirch his daughter’s reputation to perform his dirty deed.

The Kandal man told his son-in-law on Tuesday that his wife was having a clandestine affair with a man she was meeting in a cottage in a rice field about 150 metres from his home.

Having accompanied his son-in-law there on his motorbike, the cunning crook took off with the vehicle as the unwitting man inched closer to the cottage to look for the nonexistent pair.

By the time he was arrested on the same day, the man had pawned the vehicle and squandered the cash.

Nokorwat

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