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In Greece, they smash plates at weddings . . .

In Greece, they smash plates at weddings . . .

In other mob-beating news . . . the upscale confines of Koh Pich provided the venue for the latest crowd vs criminal showdown.

Police said a young woman had emerged from one of the island’s giant wedding halls when she pulled out her phone to call friends and plan the rest of her night.

That’s when a 25-year-old man on a brand new Honda Dream drove by and snatched.

Unluckily for him, a security guard managed to stop him and a crowd soon assembled to dish out extrajudicial justice.

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