Obstinant gamblers lose money, shoes, cards

Obstinant gamblers lose money, shoes, cards

Lady luck wasn’t smiling on four women who were arrested for gambling in a village in Kandal’s Koh Thom district on Saturday.

According to police, the flutter-loving foursome had ignored warnings to stop playing cards for money, something cops say they had been doing for months.

The accused had resisted calls to give up their games, arguing they were only small-time gamblers.

Police, however, were unsympathetic, confiscating cash, cards and even shoes.

Kampuchea Thmey

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