Robbery Suspect In Japan Was Living Inside A Video Game Arcade

Robbery Suspect In Japan Was Living Inside A Video Game Arcade

A 30-year-old resident of Kobe, Japan named Kazuki Maehara has been arrested in connection to a series of thefts at local schools. Here's where things get weird...

In more WTF news involving video game arcade cabinets, a robbery suspect in Kobe, Japan was said to be living inside a Japanese video game arcade and may have been hiding out in an arcade cabinet. Per Kobe Shinbun, Kazuki Maehara was arrested for trespassing in an arcade game center and subsequent police questioning revealed that he's likely connected to a string of robberies at a local school which saw 1.23 million yen ($11,260) in cash and school uniforms stolen.

Perhaps what's most impressive/disturbing is that Marhara has been bouncing around for a while, bumming couches from friends and sleeping in manga cafes before eventually making himself a cozy home in one of the Gundam pod arcade cabinets.
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