Lads dodge death in near-fatal honey trap

Lads dodge death in near-fatal honey trap

Love is blind, they say, and two capital gents were certainly oblivious to their prospective love’s true intentions on Monday night.

While relaxing outside the Ministry of Defence, they were approached by an attractive young woman.

Little did they know that she had an ulterior motive behind their meeting, which revealed itself when her two samurai sword-wielding accomplices appeared, causing the lovestruck gents to flee.

When they returned, they found the suspects gone, scared off by a security guard.

Koh Santepheap

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