Chinese man who claimed he was abducted by Cambodian crime gang and used as a ‘blood slave’ fabricated his story, say police

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The story of a Chinese man who claimed he was imprisoned and used as a “blood slave” that was widely reported last month was a hoax, according to Cambodian police.

Cambodian police informed the Chinese embassy on Monday that their investigation revealed the blood slave case was fabricated, according to a statement from the embassy.

In mid-February a Chinese man’s claim that he had been imprisoned and had his blood excessively drained and sold by a gang in the Cambodian city of Sihanoukville made international headlines.

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