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November 26, 2008

FOR SOME REASON, WE'RE THINKING THIS GUY IS SINGLE

A JAPANESE man has been arrested for releasing hundreds of beetle larvae inside a moving express train to try to scare female passengers, police say.

"I wanted to see women get scared and shake their legs,'' police quoted 35-year-old Manabu Mizuta as saying.

(Thanks to Siouxie)

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Trained worms? What?

*Pours more coffee*

Meanie, pour a cup for me. I'm trying to picture worms "sitting" inside the police station.

"Local police had been on alert after 18 similar cases of released worms had been reported this month by the same train operator."

I wonder what it was about the 18th report from the same train operator (!!) that got them thinking "Hmmmmm. Could there be a pattern here?"

*light bulb*

"That's the 18th time! It means something!"

"I wanted to see women get scared and shake their legs,'' police quoted 35-year-old Manabu Mizuta as saying.

Don't we all, Manabu.

Um, did I say that out loud?

Surely there has to be a better way to pick up women.

Proving yet again that the Japanese people are a tad weird.

Dunno, Siouxie, wiggling a worm at them always worked for me.

Ah yes, Layzee. Did you do this whilst measuring it??

*eye roll*

"I wanted to see women get scared and shake their legs,'' police quoted 35-year-old Manabu Mizuta as saying.

It wouldn't be my legs I'd be shaking -- more like my hands shaking around his neck regions.

shake shake shake
shake shake shake
shake your beetles!

He sounds like a fun guy!

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