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

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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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