Osaka YouTubers’ stupid plan to live-stream marijuana dealer’s arrest backfires, stupidly

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel

Live-streamers feel the sting of their poorly thought-out scheme.

Last month, police officers in Osaka City arrested a drug dealer in possession of marijuana, who had been waiting at a pre-arranged meeting point outside of a train station in the to make a sale to a customer who hadn’t yet shown up. As the dealer was arrested and taken into custody, a group of YouTubers who were nearby live-streamed the whole thing, then left the video for viewing on their YouTube channel.

As luck would have it, this same team of YouTubers, a group of four Japanese men in their 20s and 30s, was also within filming distance of a different marijuana dealer’s arrest in Osaka last August, which they also live-streamed and uploaded to their channel. Except, it turns out luck had nothing to do with it. It’s since come to light that in both cases, the

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