Ex-con looking at third stay in the big house

Ex-con looking at third stay in the big house

The third time was definitely not lucky for a Takeo province ex-con. On Monday, just a few weeks after the 45-year-old was released from prison – his second stay in the gray-bar hotel – he walked by a farm and spotted an unlocked moto.

Old habits called and the thief tried to whisk away the bike, but Tram Kak district residents were quick to put an end to the mischief and called police, who made the arrest. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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