Persistent homeless man won’t take ‘no’

Persistent homeless man won’t take ‘no’

Neighbourly love and hospitality weren’t at their highest this weekend in Banteay Meanchey’s Poipet town.

An unemployed 30-year-old man found only closed doors when he looked for a place to sleep on Saturday.

After a 32-year-old villager denied the man housing for the night, the homeless stranger crept into the bottom story of the residence anyways.

The homeowner caught the man and called police to arrest him, adding suspicions that the suspect stole a bicycle, too. NOKORWAT

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