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Ratanakkiri pair steal table, now face bench

Ratanakkiri pair steal table, now face bench

What has eight legs, four arms and two heads? A pair of thieves stealing a table in Ratanakkiri province, of course.

The duo, 32 and 30, made away with the wooden furniture on Thursday from Banlung town’s Kachanh commune only to have the tables turn upon a complaint being filed with local police.

Arrested soon after, the pair will appear before the judge’s bench soon.

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