There was a recent theft case in Japan, which made the majority of Japanese netizens cry and laugh, because 4 big men actually went to the chicken farm to steal eggs, stole a total of 2,000 eggs, and sold them for 40,000 yen (about 2,000 yuan), and then finally sent themselves in.
According to the police, four men were arrested on suspicion of trespassing and theft: Yuto Ponda (27), an unemployed man in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Hirotaka Tatama (33), a company employee in Fukuyama City, Hitoshi Ono (32), a company employee in Kurashiki City, and Yoshio Oshita (33), another unemployed man in Fukuyama City.
According to the police investigation, the four people were suspected of stealing about 2,000 eggs, worth about 40,000 yen, stored in a chicken farm in Ihara City between the evening of November 12 and the morning of November 13. According to the police, about 500 of the stolen eggs were resold to an okonomiyaki restaurant in Hiroshima Prefecture.
It is reported that one of the arrested suspects had worked at the restaurant, while the other main culprit was a frequent customer of the restaurant and knew the owner. The owner of the shop said that they had been pestering me to buy eggs since last year, and I bought them because I was an acquaintance. However, they were not asked where the eggs came from.
The chicken farm chose to call the police after discovering that the eggs were stolen, and the police locked up the four people according to the surveillance video and arrested them, and the four people have now admitted to the suspicion of crime.
It is reported that in recent months, eggs have also been stolen from many chicken farms in Okayama Prefecture, and about 8,000 eggs have been stolen, and the police suspect that all of them were stolen by four people.
Why choose to steal worthless eggs?
The 27-year-old main culprit Pontian Yuto confessed: "I don't have any money, and now I live by using my credit card." Stealing eggs is just to get some money. Another suspect confessed: "Because you can get free eggs in this way, life will be a little easier." And it can be sold for money. Another suspect confessed: "I stole these eggs because I wanted to save money on food."
Japanese netizens are puzzled by this matter:
"I laughed miserably, the four of them coincided, just to steal worthless eggs. ”
"Stealing an egg can make life easier?
"Whose idea was it? An egg is 10 yen for wholesale. If stealing eggs is an idle and panicked prank, it's fine. They say it's for the money. Is there such a stupid thief in Japan?"
"8,000 eggs, with this physical effort, it is better to go to a moving company to work, and the income is much more. ”
"I seriously doubt the IQ of these four people, although the crime is unforgivable, but the energy, time, and risk they pay are not proportional to the benefits. ”
In the past, most of the cases of stealing chickens and dogs like this were done by Vietnamese, and it is estimated that even Vietnamese people may not be able to look at such cheap things as eggs. On the contrary, if there is no money, he will starve to death, and no matter how good the quality is, he can only take risks, so it is said: The poor thief has a rich conscience, or the old saying is incisive!