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A 59-year Old Japanes man killed his parents because they interrupted to watch Anime.

 A 59-year Old Japanes man killed his parents because they interrupted to watch Anime.

A Japanese man who was wanted for murdering his own parents is blaming anime for his actions.

The Tokyo Reporter report’s the man name Junji Matsumoto was motivated to kill his parents because they interrupting watching his anime.

“It was bothersome that whenever I watched anime, my parents interrupted me,” Matsumoto said, adding, “I couldn’t stand it.”

Matsumoto Stay with his parents, His both parents need wheelchair to go one place to other. Only during a good scene anime, his father call for him to take care some work he irritated and killed their parents.

His dad 88 year old person and her mom 87 year old, And those person can’t able walk and talk proper, Only they interrupted killed them  Matsumoto reportedly said. “Because he complained about me, I killed him”.

Matsumoto killed allegedly killed his father with an electrical cord or mother killing method was unknown, After killing his parents he put in refrigerator and run away from there.

Matsumoto , already run away from there before bodies are found. Thanks to his relative  they notice no one response there phone by few day’s they suspect and call the police. 

Matsumoto ran from his residence in Fukuoka, located in southern Japan, to as far away as Akita prefecture, which is located on the northern half of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Matsumoto continued moving through the country until he was eventually apprehended by authorities in Kyoto on July 5, where police finally managed to track him down by using hotel records. Matsumoto has reportedly confessed to the crime but police are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the incident. 

Such a bad news for anime lovers, Yes we love and dies for anime but going such like this is to much bro’s , Why and how possible,  

Source: Tokyo Reporter, Kotaku

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  • 27 July 2021

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