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    Japanese woman arrested for living in closet

    Japan woman lived in man's closet



    A woman has been arrested in Japan for sneaking into a man's house and living in his closet without him knowing.
    Police found 58-year-old Tatsuko Horikawa living in a small storage space in the house in the southern city of Fukuoka.
    The house belonged to a 57-year-old man, who had become suspicious after food disappeared from his fridge.
    So he installed a surveillance system, which filmed the woman as she walked around in his absence.
    On Wednesday afternoon police searched the house and found the woman in her cubby hole.
    She had brought a mattress into the tiny space in the closet, police said.
    "She told police that she had nowhere to live," the French news agency AFP quoted a local police spokesman as saying.
    "She seems to have lived there for about a year, but not all the time."

    BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Japan woman lived in man's closet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begbie View Post
    Japan woman lived in man's closet



    A woman has been arrested in Japan for sneaking into a man's house and living in his closet without him knowing.
    Police found 58-year-old Tatsuko Horikawa living in a small storage space in the house in the southern city of Fukuoka.
    The house belonged to a 57-year-old man, who had become suspicious after food disappeared from his fridge.
    So he installed a surveillance system, which filmed the woman as she walked around in his absence.
    On Wednesday afternoon police searched the house and found the woman in her cubby hole.
    She had brought a mattress into the tiny space in the closet, police said.
    "She told police that she had nowhere to live," the French news agency AFP quoted a local police spokesman as saying.
    "She seems to have lived there for about a year, but not all the time."

    BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Japan woman lived in man's closet
    Fuck that's where she got to. We've been married for years and, whilst we've had our differences, I didn't think she'd take it this far....... Come home honey all is forgiven.

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    since the post is just ^^ up there, there isn't really any need for you to quote it again, is there???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begbie View Post
    Japan woman lived in man's closet



    A woman has been arrested in Japan for sneaking into a man's house and living in his closet without him knowing.
    Police found 58-year-old Tatsuko Horikawa living in a small storage space in the house in the southern city of Fukuoka.
    The house belonged to a 57-year-old man, who had become suspicious after food disappeared from his fridge.
    So he installed a surveillance system, which filmed the woman as she walked around in his absence.
    On Wednesday afternoon police searched the house and found the woman in her cubby hole.
    She had brought a mattress into the tiny space in the closet, police said.
    "She told police that she had nowhere to live," the French news agency AFP quoted a local police spokesman as saying.
    "She seems to have lived there for about a year, but not all the time."

    BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Japan woman lived in man's closet
    The 17yr old burmese maid lived in the cupboard in our kitchen, then she left to get a better job, so we turned it back into a closet again

    She had big knockers.

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    Only in Japan do you have a closet you never look into it and fridges eating the food you put in without you caring about it for one year...

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    ^^another one

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickA View Post
    since the post is just ^^ up there, there isn't really any need for you to quote it again, is there???
    God almighty, what got up your ass and bit you. As if it matters. What's wrong? Do we need councilling here or is this something that AAA or the Catholic Church could help you with?

    If it's a personal problem, let it all out.

    Then again maybe it was just leaves on the track.

    pip pip

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    bloody hell I have had one living in my bedroom for twenty years never knew she was there!
    It is called a wfe with headaches every time I want sex!

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    Closets in Japan? I had one for my futons. Had to buy all the clothes closets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begbie View Post
    Japan woman lived in man's closet



    A woman has been arrested in Japan for sneaking into a man's house and living in his closet without him knowing.
    Police found 58-year-old Tatsuko Horikawa living in a small storage space in the house in the southern city of Fukuoka.
    The house belonged to a 57-year-old man, who had become suspicious after food disappeared from his fridge.
    So he installed a surveillance system, which filmed the woman as she walked around in his absence.
    On Wednesday afternoon police searched the house and found the woman in her cubby hole.
    She had brought a mattress into the tiny space in the closet, police said.
    "She told police that she had nowhere to live," the French news agency AFP quoted a local police spokesman as saying.
    "She seems to have lived there for about a year, but not all the time."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NickA
    since the post is just ^^ up there, there isn't really any need for you to quote it again, is there???
    I fucking hate it when people do that.

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    Gives a whole new meaning to "coming out of the closett"

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    猿も木から落ちる

    Saru mo ki kara ochiru.

    Even monkeys fall from trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tokyo Rose View Post
    猿も木から落ちる

    Saru mo ki kara ochiru.

    Even monkeys fall from trees.

    It was a lady living in a closet.
    Not a monkey and there were no trees.

    What is your point.

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    ^Aho ni toriau baka.

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    so when did she come out of the closet?

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