Shoeless punters are now motorbikeless

Shoeless punters are now motorbikeless

Kampong Speu province authorities were left with an evidence closet full of footwear when they tried busting a cockfighting ring in Odong district on Saturday, but they were left with only motorbikes, chickens and shoes.

Getting a tip about the illicit activity, cops headed to the scene. Unfortunately for them, the punters seemed to have gotten a tipoff of their own and were all gone on foot before any arrests were made.

Eighteen scooters, three birds and 20 pairs of shoes were confiscated as cops kept their eyes peeled for any barefoot suspects in the vicinity.

Rasmei Kampuchea

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