GPS helps find missing moto after boozy night

GPS helps find missing moto after boozy night

An act of drunken forgetfulness almost ended in disaster for a woman in the capital’s Tuol Kork district on Tuesday night.

Too drunk to make her own way home after a night of clubbing, the woman was driven home on her own motorbike by a compassionate companion and dropped off at her house.

However, the 23-year-old drunken woman passed out immediately, giving two opportunistic thieves an opening to rob her of her moto.

Thankfully, despite its owner being blind drunk, the GPS-equipped motorbike led the police right to the suspects.



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