Son to the rescue as sleeping mum robbed

Son to the rescue as sleeping mum robbed

Motherhood can be an exhausting affair, so it comes in handy having offspring who’ve got your back when the tiredness catches up to you and trouble hits the proverbial fan.

One sleeping old dear in Phnom Penh’s Daun Penh district will be thankful she put up with her son’s teenage angst after he chased down and apprehended a thief who pinched her mobile phone from her bedside.

The suspect was sent to court after confessing to police, who are still on the lookout for an accomplice. RASMEI KAMPUCHEA


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