Would-be victim more than a match for thief

Would-be victim more than a match for thief

An alleged thief in Kampong Cham town found he was better at stealing motos than snatching necklaces on Tuesday.

Police said the man had stolen a parked moto from outside the local market and managed to escape.

Not content with his loot, however, the man also decided to grab the necklace off a nearby pedestrian.

But the would-be victim instead shoved the alleged thief so hard, that he fell from his moto and was injured in the accident.

Police scooped the damaged delinquent off the pavement and sent him to hospital. DEUM AMPIL

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