No cop sympathy for slimy separated son

No cop sympathy for slimy separated son

Portraying yourself as a pitiful party doesn’t absolve you of your crimes, as a 27-year-old man learned after being arrested for theft.

The covetous crook was on Monday sighted walking with a motorbike he had allegedly stolen from a house in Kampong Thom.

When confronted, he claimed to have merely “borrowed” the bike to visit his divorced father – with whom he had been estranged.

Unfortunately his tale of father and son rapprochement failed to move the cops, who promptly arrested him.

Koh Santepheap

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