Three little pigs prove Pursat thief’s undoing

Three little pigs prove Pursat thief’s undoing

A thief in Pursat province’s Bakan district learned on Saturday that it is not a good idea to hog a family’s pigs. Police said the 21-year-old suspect snuck into a local home when he thought the owners were asleep and stole three pigs.

But, unbeknownst to the robber, one family member was watching his every move. After police arrested him, the pigheaded thief denied the accusations. However, he later confessed and was sent to the court. DEUM AMPIL

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