Japan: Man Arrested After Tricking 35 Women Into Giving Him Birthday Gifts Even Though It Wasn’t His Birthday

Brave Japanese reporters tracked down the criminal mastermind

In America, we have problems like when a black woman is stabbing another black woman, and a police officer prevents the stabbing by shooting, we can’t figure out if the cop is a deadly racist murderer.

Did he shoot her because she was stabbing someone? Or did he shoot her because he hated the color of her skin? If he didn’t hate the color of her skin, then why didn’t he just shoot the knife out of her hand?

In Japan, they have a whole other set of problems – and a whole other set of questions.

Sora News 24:

Time and time again we see cases of criminal breaking the cardinal rule of getting too greedy and blowing the lid off their various schemes. Whether it’s making one too many Pokémon popsicle sticks or buying cigarettes with 120 smartphones at once, not knowing when to quit while you’re ahead is always a fatal flaw in frauds of all kinds.

This brings us to Takashi Miyagawa, a 39-year-old part time worker of no fixed address who was arrested for defrauding nearly three-dozen women that he pretended to be in serious relationships with. In the most recent case he told a 47-year-old woman that his birthday was on 22 February, when in fact it was on 13 November.

Other victims have also come forward, such as a 40-year-old woman whom he told his birthday was in a July, and 35-year-old who though his birthday was in April. The current count of victims stands at 35, with a possibility of more, who are accusing Miyagawa of cheating them out of a total 100,000 yen (US$925) made up of smaller “birthday” gifts of money and clothing.

Miyagawa reportedly met his victims while he was selling hydrogen water shower heads and other equipment though a multi-level marketing company, and started up romantic relationships with each one under the assumption that marriage was in the cards. However, as his web of lies began to dissolve like the hydrogen molecules in his therapeutic water, the women all formed a “Victims Association” and reported him to police last February.

Those who read the news online were filled with a conflicting mix of disgust and awe at the scope of Miyagawa’s crimes and infidelity.

“Can you imagine all that scheduling and planning to date 35 people at the same time?”
“I guess that’s what they call an ‘alpha-male.’”
“Even if he sees one everyday, there’s still five more after a month!”
“Isn’t it easier to get a job at that point?”
“It seems like he should be a better MLM salesman if he’s such a smooth talker.”
“It’s hard enough keeping a relationship with one person.”
“It horrible yet impressive.”
“Don’t women do this all the time?”
“I wonder what he does when Christmas rolls around.”
“The presents are one thing, but isn’t this pyramid scheme the guy is in fraud too?”
“He’s an awful person, but I envy his time-management skills.”

Those are the comments from the original nip article source, if you didn’t get that.

Japan seems like a very boring country, if these are the crimes they’re solving.

They need more black people. Black people are the one sure cure for boredom.

Just from the few blacks they have on US military bases, they’ve gained a lot of serious excitement.

Imagine if you dropped say, a million blacks in Japan.

It would be a rape fest the likes of which the world has never seen.

Police budgets would explode! Action! Adventure!

Bang bang, baby!

Big time!

The old men would finally have something interesting to read in the morning paper, instead of birthday hoaxes and shoe-sniffers – brutal rape!

That most interesting news story of all!

“The black color man like gorilla do big time fucky-fucky – yikes!”

Blacks enrich cultures.

Japan has no culture.