Treadmill king works up sweat over stolen swag

Treadmill king works up sweat over stolen swag

You know those signs at the gym where the ownership tells you they’re not responsible for your lost items? Apparently, they mean it, as a man found in Russey Keo district on Sunday.

Police said the 25-year-old had left a cool $5,000 worth of jewellery in his locker at a local gym only to find the lock broken and the bling gone after his workout.

With the owner insisting he wasn’t responsible, the victim stormed out and returned a few hours later, this time with police. They’re now investigating. DEUM AMPIL

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