Even cowgirls get the blues: Kandal edition

Even cowgirls get the blues: Kandal edition

Rest easy, Cambodia, the case of the missing Kandal cow has been solved.

Perhaps unworthy of entering the annals of cattle-rustler lore, the event nevertheless transpired this Wednesday when a young woman was caught red-handed with the bovine in question.

Police said they had received a complaint from a man who had left his cow to graze behind his home, then returned to find it missing.

The cops dutifully searched the village and, sure enough, came across the woman simply walking the cow home. Cow and master have been reunited.

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