Kanagawa cops: Male brothel worker broke into home using scissors, stole money

A man allegedly broke into a home in Kanagawa Prefecture and stole cash by breaking a window using scissors (TBS News)
A man allegedly broke into a home in Kanagawa Prefecture and stole cash by breaking a window using scissors (TBS News)

KANAGAWA (TR) – A male employee in the sex trade allegedly broke into a home and stole cash by breaking a window using scissors, a technique he learned from an online video, police said on Friday.

Kouju Inada, 21, a who works at a fuzoku (commercial sex) parlor, is charged with theft for allegedly broke into an unemployed 67-year-old man’s house in Atsugi City on November 1 and stole some 24,000 yen along with a luxury brand wallet and coin case, TBS News reports (Dec. 9).

Inada has admitted to the charges, quoted by police as saying he “learned how to break [the window] from an online video.”

Police are investigating under the assumption that Inada is likely responsible for 28 similar theft cases reported in the neighborhood this year.

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