Karaoke hostess singing the blues after robbery

Karaoke hostess singing the blues after robbery

An evening of crooning ended on a sour note for a karaoke hostess and the motodop driving her home on Saturday.

Police said the woman was on her way home after ending a late-night shift in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district when three suspects riding on two motorbikes pulled alongside and forced them to stop at gunpoint.

Within moments, the pair was walking, she without her jewellery or evening’s cash and he without his moto. They filed a complaint, but so far no leads. KOH SANTEPHEAP


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