Teen caught trying to steal a Hatsune Miku doll

[Wonder what he was going to do with the figure?]

Shoplifting is no good and being caught is embarrassing. A 15-year-old tried to steal a Hatsune Miku figure, just outside of Tokyo in the Chiba Prefecture. The figure he tried to take was worth $87. The teen was caught by a part-time clerk (29 years old) and a security guard (32).

What will you do when you are 15, getting caught stealing a anime doll by two adults? Do you call it quits? You don’t know Japan. He decided to attack both of them. As expected, the clerk and security only suffered minor injuries.

Obviously there is some odd craze for this franchise, that is why it was the best selling SEGA game for Q2 in Japan. Keep being crazy Japan, we love it.

[via: Kotaku]

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2 responses to “Teen caught trying to steal a Hatsune Miku doll

  1. Sega Stylista says:

    It's better to have had the experience of shop-lifting and assaulting people than playing it safe your whole life and pretending that makes you a good person.

    Shop-lifting is a very Sega thing to do.

    Nobody cares about your record if you make money later.

  2. matty says:

    That's not even a good looking (or most expensive) Miku figure. And really, how strung out do you have to be to steal a figure?

    If this kid was stealing one of those Tengu products with Miku's face on the box and I was one of these guys I'd let him go 'cause the kid obviously has more issues than he can handle.

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