It’s hard not to at least admire his enterprise

It’s hard not to at least admire his enterprise

They start ’em young in Poipet town. Police on Saturday hauled in a blossoming moto thief who was all of 12 years old.

The pint-sized purloiner’s latest heist had been a pink Scoopy, which police found him hard at work remaking in a makeshift chop shop with his buddies.

On arrest, the pre-teen told police he had pulled the same stunt four times prior and never had trouble unloading the hot bikes.



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