Man in Sen Sok: dudes, where's my motorbike?

Man in Sen Sok: dudes, where's my motorbike?

A man in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district suffered from the hangover from hell this week when he awoke from a heavy night of boozing minus his moto.

Police said that the victim was out at a club with two drinking buddies on Tuesday night when he agreed to lend the duo his moto.

But the next morning, the deal turned sour as the victim saw his pals selling the borrowed bike. After police arrested the pair, they confessed to the crime. KAMPUCHEA THMEY

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