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Tuk-tuk driver hogtied and robbed by thieves

Tuk-tuk driver hogtied and robbed by thieves

An unlucky capital tuk-tuk driver must have been at the end of his rope after accepting one fare in particular on Sunday.

The unfortunate gentleman picked up three men from Independence Monument and took them to a pagoda in Meanchey district, as requested.

But on arrival, the trio revealed their true intentions, grabbing a rope and repeatedly wrapping it round the driver – leaving him helpless as they drove off in his tuk-tuk.

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