Ben, Unemployed Drug Addict, Steals Tuk Tuk

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Ben, Unemployed Drug Addict, Steals Tuk Tuk

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One suspect arrested for stealing a tuk-tuk
November 24, 20190
PHNOM PENH, Cambodia News: Police in Meanchey district arrested a suspect for stealing an Indian tuk-tuk at 5pm on November 22, 2019, in Meanchey district, Phnom Penh. According to the National Police Commissioner, the 22-year-old-khmer male suspect, Sok Cheng, also known as Ben, stole the red tuktuk, license plate number 1AH 1688, when the driver, Pov Veasna, left it parked in front of a shop.
Police have since tracked down the tuktuk and restored it to the grateful owner.

The suspect, Ben, is currently unemployed and has a drug habit. For the moment, he is being occupied in detention at the Meanchey Police Inspectorate while they build a case.
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Re: Ben, Unemployed Drug Addict, Steals Tuk Tuk

Post by SternAAlbifrons »

See! Only drug addicts want these hideously incipit little Indian rat cages.
PS, and pleease stop calling them tuk tuks.

(written an spoken by sa albifrons on behalf of the real Tuk Tuk Drivers of Cambodia Guild)
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