In Japan, police arrested 39-year-old Takashi Miyagawu, who is suspected of having announced his birthday to more than 30 of his girlfriends in order to trick them into collecting gifts.
About it writes Friday, April 23rd, Japanese news site Tokyo reporter
The part-time worker Miyagawa’s birthday falls on November 13, police said. However, he gave completely different dates to the three women against whom he was charged with fraud.
For example, Mayagawa told a 47-year-old woman that his birthday was on February 22, a 40-year-old woman, he said that his birthday was in July, and he told a 35-year-old woman that he was born in April.
The police claim that he received 100,000 yen (about 26 thousand UAH) in gifts from three women, including 20,000 yen (about 5.2 thousand UAH) in electronic money, a suit worth 30,000 yen (about 7.8 thousand UAH).
“I don’t want to say anything until I speak to a lawyer,” he said after his arrest.
“The police believe that the number of victims is at least 35. In February, they formed an association and filed a complaint with the police,” the Japanese media wrote.
In photographs posted online, Miyagawa is shown in the company of several women, including in restaurants and in the park. In one restaurant, there are two small cakes on the table with the words “Happy Birthday” on them.
“Police said the suspect used a multi-tiered marketing scheme to sell shower products to meet women,” the note said.
One victim interviewed by the network was stunned by Miyagawa after he kissed her, despite having met only twice, “I told him,” I don’t want to do this if [вы] not someone who wants to get married and really be with me in the future. “He replied,” I’m serious. I’m going to be with you for the rest of my life. “
In January, the TV station’s film crew caught Miyagawa on a street in the Kita district of Osaka. After a reporter asked if he had cheated on several women and engaged in marriage fraud, Miyagawa fled.
As reported in Moscow 33-year-old businesswoman fell prey to her cheating friend, to whom she had certain feelings: he sold a phone charger to a friend under the guise of a jammer that saves from radiation to the head.
Earlier in India swindlers sold a “magic lamp” to a man for 40 thousand dollars.