Falling for world’s oldest profession’s oldest con

Falling for world’s oldest profession’s oldest con

Three capital men were left with bruises and a whacky story after they were robbed by sex workers on Tuesday night.

Driving to Daun Penh district after drinking, the men stopped to chat with some new, ahem, acquaintances.

After one friend left, the other two noticed their pockets felt lighter.

When they tried to grab their phones and wallets back from the women seven guys emerged and started punching them.

The thugs then hit the road and took the victims’ motorbike. But after a complaint was filed, police found it abandoned near a hospital.

Koh Santepheap

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