It Comes Out At Night

A “professional avenger” who performed acts of retribution for cash was arrested along with a client for handing out pamphlets defaming a housewife in Aichi Prefecture.

I wonder if he’s Batman’s cousin?

Weddings for pregnant brides, known as the Omedeta-kon Plan, have become increasingly popular in recent years in Japan. Please pass the shotgun.

Leave all Samurai swords at home. Thank you.

Japan’s first female governor, Osaka’s scandal-hit Fusae Ohta, decided not to seek a third term. She first took over the job when Knock Yokoyama was forced out over a sexual-harassment scandal.

Fight Crime. Get Stabbed in the Ass.

See what happens when you turn the other “Cheek”: You can’t sit down.

Upskirt cameraman throws trains into chaos by escaping on tracks

To bad he wasn’t in New York. He could have found that third rail and solved several problems all at once.

Cops crack down on Sapporo host clubs

I guess those low end pay-offs weren’t working

Men’s ‘sexually harassing’ hairy chests get under gals’ skin

Once a symbol of virility, hairy chests now gross out enough Japanese to see their exposure judged as a form of sexual harassment, according to Sunday Mainichi (1/27).

Earlier this month, East Japan Railway Co. (JR East) banned the display of a poster advertising the 1,000-year-old Somin Festival because it featured a photo of a loincloth-clad man with a bare but hairy chest.

JR East said it couldn’t let festival organizers display the poster because it was sexually harassing in that many women were likely to find it offensive.

Those hairy chests. So offensive that the average Japanese male has more hair on his arms than on his chest. Put away the Microscopes.

Throw a Party. Then Throw a Riot. Resulting in $30,000 worth of damage.

To think, the sixteen year old fool is Afraid to return home. Can’t imagine why?

What’s a teacher to do when her husband has an affair?

Get on the schools public address system and tell everyone about it.


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    • nocatz on January 19, 2008 at 7:08 am

    re: knife in ass….or is it NIMA?

    Seo is still leading the movement against the opening of the gang office in his neighborhood.

    sounds like they’re trying to get a Big Box Store.

    • RiaD on January 19, 2008 at 12:58 pm

    I’ve just spewed coffee, then turned it over reaching for the towel to clean the screen & keyboard…

    then while going for another coffee I stubbed my toe. While hopping on one foot, holding my toe, I tripped over the dog…

    and I haven’t even clicked your links yet!

    Quit being so damn funny, you’re hurting me!!


    • Edger on January 19, 2008 at 1:38 pm

    Detective Travis Rapp has seen his share of corpses, but this was new: two men wheeling a rigid, pale body down a Manhattan street in a red office chair, drawing a crowd of suspicious onlookers.

    Looking out the window of the restaurant where he was having lunch, Rapp initially assumed “it was a mannequin or a dummy,” he said. “I thought it was a joke, honestly.”

    A closer inspection showed that it wasn’t. The man was dead, and two of his friends had hauled his corpse to a store to cash his $355 Social Security check, police said. They were arrested before they could get the money.


    A man who mailed a bloody cow’s head to his wife’s lover has been sentenced to probation and community service. Jason Michael Fife “understands that in a civilized society a person cannot send a severed cow’s head to anybody,” said his defense lawyer, Henry Hilles.

    Authorities in Lower Pottsgrove, northwest of Philadelphia, arrested Fife and charged him with stalking, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct and harassment after he allegedly sent threatening messages and pictures to the victim between May and September 2006.

    The victim received a package containing a cow’s head with a puncture wound in its skull on June 1, 2006.


    A Swedish bomb squad called out to disarm a suspicious package on Wednesday did not find a ticking bomb. But they did find a vibrating sex toy.

    A janitor alerted police after he found the package in a garage of an apartment building in Goteborg, the country’s second-largest city, police spokesman Jan Strannegard said.

    The package was humming and vibrating suspiciously, so police took no chances and sent out a team of explosives experts. After having cordoned off the area, they opened the package with bomb disposal equipment, only to find the battery-operated device inside.

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