Japanese man says “I’m a Vietnamese” while pointing knife at convenience store worker to rob her

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel


Criminal shows astounding lack of human decency and linguistic skills.

One night this past May, a man dressed in a ski cap, mask, and leather jacket walked into a branch of Japanese convenience store Family Mart in the town of Kanie, Aichi Prefecture. He walked up to the register, where the store’s 27-year-old manager was working, and pointed a knife at her saying “I’m a Vietnamese. Money! Money!”

The robbery attempt ended unsuccessfully, with the man running away without obtaining any cash and the manager, thankfully, unharmed. Still, no one likes getting a bladed instrument pointed at them

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