KTV-bound robber singing the blues in jail

KTV-bound robber singing the blues in jail

An alleged stick-up artist’s Wednesday night was going well until the cops saw him. The suspect had asked a motodop to take him to a karaoke club, but stopped the driver midway, and handed him 10,000 riel.

When the victim was looking for change, the attacker hit him, pointed a fake pistol to his head and made off with his bike.

Police on patrol nearby spotted the theft and caught the thief halfway to the KTV. They sent him and his fake gun away and restored the bike to its owner.

Rasmei Kampuchea


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