World Japanese man, 71, arrested for 'making 24,000 complaint calls'
Despite Fiona Hill warning, Sen. John Kennedy says Ukraine may be behind 2016 DNC hack
Sen. John Kennedy said that despite the U.S. intelligence community's conclusion that Russia hacked the DNC in 2016, "it could also be Ukraine."During an appearance on "Fox News Sunday," host Chris Wallace asked Kennedy if he believed Russia or Ukraine was behind the computer hack.
A 71 -year-old man was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department for disturbing his business by calling toll-free calls from a major communications company, KDDI Based on KDDI records, suspect Okamoto seems to have called more than 24 , 000 complaints two years ago, and the Metropolitan
Japan Today reports that police have arrested a 71 -year-old man in Saitama for calling his cellphone company's customer service line roughly 24 , 000 times with a variety of questions and complaints . But the volume of his calls became too large to ignore, making it difficult to provide service to other
A Japanese pensioner has been arrested after ringing a phone company 24,000 times to complain they had violated his contract, police and local media reported.
Tokyo police said they took 71-year-old Akitoshi Okamoto into custody last week after he made hundreds of toll-free calls over eight days to the customer service section of major telephone operator KDDI.
But this could be the tip of the iceberg, with media outlets reporting that he made thousands more calls from public pay phones to voice his displeasure with the company and insult customer service staff.
"He demanded that KDDI staff come to him to apologise for violating his contract. He also repeatedly hung up his calls immediately after placing them," a police spokesman said.
He has been arrested on suspicion of "fraudulent obstruction of business", the spokesman added.
Japan is seeing an increasing number of social problems caused by the nation's rapidly ageing population.
Old drivers frequently cause fatal car accidents and railway operators have reported a spike in passenger violence against their staff from elderly customers.
Why TIME Chose Greta Thunberg as the 2019 Person of the Year .
TIME's Editor-in-Chief explains why climate activist Greta Thunberg was chosen as the 2019 Person of the Year. It began with a story line familiar to every parent of every generation in every corner of the globe: an indignant teenager and a sudden burst of rebellion. It became one of the most unlikely and surely one of the swiftest ascents to global influence in history.
LIVE: Google CEO Sundar Pichai testifies on Data Collection (C-SPAN)
Google CEO Sundar Pichai testifies on user data practices before the House Judiciary Committee.
Chatting with IzumiBakugou (Ft. Hazard of Chaos and Lulucielchu)
Similar from the Web
A 71 -year-old man was arrested by the Metropolitan Police Department for disturbing his business by calling toll-free calls from a major communications company, KDDI Based on KDDI records, suspect Okamoto seems to have called more than 24 , 000 complaints two years ago, and the Metropolitan www.tellerreport.com
Japan Today reports that police have arrested a 71 -year-old man in Saitama for calling his cellphone company's customer service line roughly 24 , 000 times with a variety of questions and complaints . But the volume of his calls became too large to ignore, making it difficult to provide service to other www.newsweek.com
Police arrested and are currently investigating 71 -year-old Akitoshi Okamoto of Kasukabe, Saitama “If the telecom company bothered the man it should apologize appropriately, but now it has to press “Obstruction of business” is a convenient Japanese criminal definition that makes it illegal to interfere japantoday.com
Japanese police say they have arrested a 52-year-old man for threatening to bomb the US embassy in Tokyo, days after reports Officers took Mitsuyoshi Kamiya into custody on the southern tropical island of Okinawa on Thursday, on suspicion of making three calls to the embassy mentioning bombs www.news24.com
Officials arrested Brent Nicholson in Union County, North Carolina in connection to the guns. Officers arrested him this morning in Union County and transported him back to Pageland on a We may make every effort to return to rightful owner,” Brooks said. The suspect lived in the house with his wife. www.youtube.com
She had ignored the call which was made on WhatsApp – the free messaging and call mobile application. After frequent calls to get her to respond She was asked to fulfill certain conditions to collect the prize money. On 6 June, she was asked her to deposit Nu 10, 000 as a WhatsApp voucher
He was subsequently arrested for interfering with police duties. READ MORE: Japanese firm mulls Overworking in Japan is an ongoing issue for the country, which had 2, 000 people commit suicide in Some companies considered extending weekends to three days after a 24 -year-old woman jumped to
The Transportation Security Agency is facing a lawsuit after it arrested and detained a Philadelphia man for 20 hours for simply requesting to file a