Japanese Woman Stabs Man, Nearly Kills Him… Because She Loves Him… So Much

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Loves works in mysterious ways and often manifests in different forms. However, contrary to most of our beliefs, it’s not all rainbows and butterflies (right, Adam Levine?). Sometimes, love can be painful for both parties involved. One Japanese woman proves this yet again after stabbing the man she loved, nearly killing him… hol’ up a minute…

That doesn’t add up, but the Japanese woman, named Yuka Takaoka, 21, is not your typical girl next door. She lives in the Shinjuku district in Tokyo in an apartment building and apparently has a huge crush on a neighbor. So, she went up into his apartment block and… stabbed him… with a knife… to the stomach. Because that’s how love works?

Still, it seems Takaoka felt like she acted rather carelessly. She actually called the police after stabbing her male friend and told them that she stabbed someone, basically admitting the crime. Once they arrived, the police came upon a disturbing scene: Takaoka was sitting beside her bleeding male friend while smoking.

“My plan was to first kill him and then I thought about committing suicide. Since I loved him so much, I just couldn’t help it. After killing [him], I, too, wanted to die,” Takaoka was quoted by the police. The Japanese woman was immediately arrested and taken into custody while her bleeding male friend was rushed to the hospital and appeared to be in a critical condition.

After being questioned by the authorities, it was revealed that the two likely had a dispute in their relationship. Apparently, Takaoka was a bar hostess and her victim was most likely a bar host. Oddly enough, the Japanese woman was seen smiling during her arrest:

Okay kids, enough anime yandere girls for today.

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Natividad Sidlangan
Sid was born, did some stuff, then decided to become a writer. He is now on a quest to farm some accolades and life experiences so that he can boast about them in his online 'about yourself' page. So far, the only thing he was able to boast about is a handlebar mustache.


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