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So-called VIPs just don’t tip like they used to

So-called VIPs just don’t tip like they used to

A “VIP” taxi driver received a “VPI” – very painful injury – when a customer stabbed him during a failed robbery in his car in the capital on Saturday night.

Police said the driver’s passenger turned on him at about 7:40pm during a ride in Tuol Kork district. A safety system in the taxi alerted police to what was happening and a nearby unit tried to intervene.

Officers were not fast enough, however, and the man, along with an accomplice, fled on foot. KOH SANTEPHEAP

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