Duo pawn neighbour’s moto to pay karaoke tab

Duo pawn neighbour’s moto to pay karaoke tab

Hopefully a fun night out was worth the potential jail time it might earn two 23-year-olds in Kampong Speu’s Chbar Mon town.

On Tuesday night, the two men borrowed a neighbour’s moto to go have a little fun at the local karaoke joint. After eating, drinking and singing to their hearts’ content, the men were stuck with a $200 tab.

Finding themselves short, they allegedly pawned the neighbour’s bike, paid the tab, split the remainder and stayed away from home until they ran out of money. When the two returned, police were waiting and sent them to court. Koh Santepheap


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