Tuk-tuk driver feeling remorque remorse

Tuk-tuk driver feeling remorque remorse

If you've ever wondered why so many tuk-tuk drivers sleep in their vehicles, we might have the answer.

Police said one capital driver had gone to sleep in a guesthouse on April 9, only to awake to find his moto still parked outside but the carriage disconnected and gone.

The man filed a complaint with police and enlisted his friends in the search, which came to a happy end on Tuesday when they spotted it parked outside a pawn shop.

The shopkeep admitted to having paid $100 for the hot remorque and, not wanting trouble, surrendered it right away.

Nokorwat

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