Stealing sleep: victim drugged by moto thief

Stealing sleep: victim drugged by moto thief

Spiking your friend’s drink probably means they aren’t going to be your friend anymore. But spiking your friend’s drink and stealing his motorbike puts you in a whole other league of treachery.

Two Pailin men were arrested on Friday after slipping a sleeping pill into their friend’s water glass while the trio hung out at the victim’s house.

He was horizontal within 15 minutes and his mates pinched his moto and some cash. When he awoke, the victim called the cops and his former buddies were soon arrested. Kampuchea Thmey

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