Sagawa Express employee arrested for stalking by using info from customer list


TOKYO, Nov 10 (Japan Today) - Police in Tokyo have arrested a 38-year-old employee of Sagawa Express Co Ltd on suspicion of violating the anti-stalking law after he made harassing phone calls to a woman.

Police said Tetsunobu Takagi, a delivery driver, has admitted to calling the woman in her 30s at least eight times, Kyodo News reported, adding he told police he looked at the company’s customer list containing phone numbers.

According to police, Takagi randomly chose a female customer to call between Sept 5 and 11. The woman said the caller made such remarks as “Do you know who I am?” and “I want to see you, so let’s go on a date.”

Takagi was quoted by police as saying, “I wanted to become friends with the woman.” ...continue reading

Nov 10 (ANNnewsCH) - 今年9月、佐川急便の社員・都木徹信容疑者(38)は、面識のない30代の女性に「会いたい。デートしよう」などと電話を掛け、7日間で8回も非通知で繰り返し電話をしたとして、ストーカー規制法違反などの疑いで逮捕されました。  ...continue reading

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