Phnom Penh pickpocket prefer skirts to pants

Phnom Penh pickpocket prefer skirts to pants

A Phnom Penh motodop driver lost 100,000 riel (about $25) after giving a cross-dresser a ride from Wat Phnom to Calmette Hospital on Tuesday.

Police say the 45-year-old man realised his wallet was gone and started yelling and shouting, and retraced his steps to no avail.

Later, he saw his customer again by Wat Phnom and called the cops. However, by the time police got to it, the suspect was gone.

Koh Santepheap

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