Gang robs motodop of phone, cash and teeth

Gang robs motodop of phone, cash and teeth

Police are hunting for four men accused of mugging a teacher in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district. Police said the teacher, 29, was moonlighting as a motodop on Saturday when he encountered his would-be robbers.

They knocked him off his bike and took his money and mobile phone, but left him the moto because it was apparently too old. Adding injury to insult, the man also lost two of his teeth in the scuffle, though it is presumed that he was allowed to keep those, too. KOH SANTEPHEA

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