Karaoke night is ruined by armed bike-jackers

Karaoke night is ruined by armed bike-jackers

There may be a few things worth risking your life for, but a motorbike isn’t one of them.

Fortunately, a 24-year-old man held at gunpoint by four thieves who were after his bike in Phnom Penh‘s Sen Sok district late on Tuesday shared this view, abandoned his bike and fled without a shot being fired.

It’s unknown if he made it to the karaoke bar he’d been heading for, but he escaped injury and the suspects were arrested after being chased by police.

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