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Trio given up by their guilty consciences

Trio given up by their guilty consciences

Three self-sabotaging men saw themselves hauled away to the police station on Monday after behaving shiftily.

The trio was waiting by a traffic light in the capital’s Sen Sok district when patrolling police innocuously walked in their direction - a move misinterpreted by the guilty trio as an impending arrest.

They quickly took to heel, prompting the previously unsuspecting police to give chase and later discover a bag of meth on them. The trio was brought to the police station for further questioning.

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