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Man arrested for stealing Chainsaw Man sleeves

On February 27, the Kakogawa Police Station of the Hyogo Prefectural Police in Japan arrested a 30-year-old man with no fixed address and no occupation, on suspicion of shoplifting thirteen books of the popular manga from a shop. Tatsuki Fujimoto, Chainsaw Man.

Chainsaw Man

The subject is suspected of having stolen thirteen manga books (valued at about 6,336 yen, or $46). from a Kakogawa City bookstore after 7 pm on June 18. The suspect admitted in the investigations that he stole and sold the books to pay his daily expenses.

According to police, the bookstore’s security alarm triggered and the clerk checked security cameras, which showed the man placing the manga books in an eco-friendly bag and leaving the store. The man then sold the books at a second-hand bookstore in the city, only to be arrested on February 27 when he returned to this same second-hand bookstore with more books to sell.

Of course, the news made its way to comment boards in Japan, highlighting opinions like:

  • «Selling used books to a store seems less complicated than doing it through a virtual market».
  • «Can you really resell that easily?».
  • «The gain must have been minimal, I don’t see much use in the face of risk».
  • «The more I keep reading, the dumber the subject seems to me.».
  • «That would have happened if Denji had never become Chainsaw Man».
  • «It seems like a more hopeless life than Denji’s early moments in the anime.».
  • «Even if you resell it, it’s unlikely you’ll end up with more than 10,000 yen in the bag.».
  • «Maybe he watched the anime and thought they were worth more money».

Fountain: Yaraon!

The entry Guy Arrested for Stealing Chainsaw Man Sleeves was first published on Kudasai.

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