Haibo: Drama as Boyfriend Is Arrested for Dating 35 Ladies at Once

Haibo: Drama as Boyfriend Is Arrested for Dating 35 Ladies at Once

- A Japanese man, Takashi Miyagawa, is answering questions in detention on how he dated many women and got birthday gifts from all of them

- To make sure he got what he wanted, the man gave the women different birth dates as he received cards and clothes

- Takashi's many women have shown interest to come forward as witnesses against him in court

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A 39-year-old man, Takashi Miyagawa, is in the police net for serial-dating 35 women at the same time and collecting various gifts from them.

The man who does not have a permanent residence lied to the women, giving them different dates for his birthday, Daily Mail reports.

Boyfriend who 'dated 35 women' is arrested for fraud in Japan
The man promised the women marriage. Photo source: Daily Mail
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The Japanese police arrested him for lying and conning the women of their money through the pretence of loving them.

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Though Takashi’s birthday is on November 13, he gave the women different birth months such as February, April, and July.

SoraNews24 gathers that all the 35 women are willing to come forward and testify against him as they accused him of making them spend a total sum of £665 on birthday presents.

It is interesting to note that the boyfriend met all the women while he was a marketer selling products such as hydrogen showerheads.

The man goes after single women, promising them a future together in holy matrimony as a way to get them in love.

In other news, Briefly News reported that Khaya Mthethwa took to social media recently to share his thoughts on Norma Mngoma's recent testimony against estranged hubby Malusi Gigaba at the Zondo Commission.

The gospel singer warned Mzansi men to avoid pillow talks because they end up being used against them.

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The musician took to Twitter on Monday night, 26 April loudly crying face emojis along his warning. The star wrote:

"Gents please note Pillow talks end up at a commission!"

Mzansi social media users took to Khaya's comment section and shared mixed reactions to his post. Check out some of their comments below:

@bram237914521 wrote:

"I hope guys you are learning; not everything is for wifey."

@omapegan said:

"Don't let your wife in on your shady stuff. Just let her benefit from it but never tell her the means of how she's enjoying the benefits."

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Source: Briefly News

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