Last Updated on: 23rd September 2020, 12:00 pm
I’m sharing this because for some reason I find it really funny.
A Japanese man upset that the view from his apartment had been blocked by a house built nearby has been charged with damaging a structure because his protest method of choice involved dousing the home with urine at least 169 times.
Nishizaki urinated into bottles or pots and poured it on the outer wall of the neighboring house and over one of its outdoor air conditioning units from his apartment on at least 169 occasions between Feb. 17 this year and Monday this week, local police said. On one day, he stained the neighbor’s home nine times.
The victim was forced to replace part of the outer wall and suffered 650,000 [yen] in losses.
Nishizaki reportedly began to stain the neighboring home with his urine immediately after it was build in November 2004, investigators said.
The owner of the house protested to Nishizaki, but the suspect denied the allegations. The victim then filmed Nishizaki pouring his urine on the house and showed the footage to local police in late April, which led to his arrest.
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