Wolves in sheep’s – or ladies’ – clothing nabbed

Wolves in sheep’s – or ladies’ – clothing nabbed

A trio of ladyboys is in stir after “luring” a Kampong Thom man out of his wallet on Friday.

Police said the victim was sitting near the river in Stung Sen town when approached by the three sirens, who joined him on the bench, draped their arms around him and began plying him with their charms.

Blinded by love, several moments passed before the victim realised his wallet had gone missing and began shouting for police. All three were subsequently arrested and admitted their wrongdoing. Koh Santepheap

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