Second time around, police bag a special

Second time around, police bag a special

This is why they check your bags at Lucky Supermarket. A 41-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly cleaning out a second-hand goods shop in the capital’s Sen Sok district using a full-sized suitcase.

According to police, the man waltzed out unnoticed with a plethora of goods right under the shopkeeper’s nose.

However, he wasn’t fooled when the man returned and tried to pack the same suitcase with picture frames, a set of speakers, clothing irons, an electric kettle and other items.

The shopkeeper detained the man and called the police, who hauled the suitcase shoplifter to court. Nokorwat

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