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Young boy damages five motorbikes with pestle

Young boy damages five motorbikes with pestle

Five people in the capital’s Sen Sok district were left wishing their landlord’s pestle-wielding son could’ve taken out his anger on some spices rather than their motorbike wheels.

After parking his ride in front of his rooming house on Sunday, a man said he saw the boy take a pestle and whack the front wheel, along with those of four other bikes in the area.

Police arrived shortly to arrest the moped-maiming minor who claimed frustration with his parents led to his rampage.

National police

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