Young Japanese Leap after receiving the wrong transfer Money to help covid 12 million baht. All gambling.

Young Japanese Leap after receiving the wrong transfer Money to help covid 12 million baht. All gambling.

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Misrepresentation of Money Transfers Occurred on 463 Low Income People 100,000 yen per person will be paid per family as part of a government program to alleviate financial strain from the coronavirus pandemic.


But on April 8, a total of 46.3 million yen of funds was accidentally deposited into the man's personal bank account. Local media reported the investigation that The man withdrew 600,000 yen every day for about two weeks, and when officials finally contacted the man, The owner said he had no money.



“I have withdrawn the money. can not be returned It can't be canceled anymore. I will not escape. I will atone for my crimes,” the man said, according to news reports. However, he has now disappeared.


The man's lawyer told the media on Tuesday May 17 that the client had cooperated with the authorities. and agreed to have the Yamaguchi Prefectural Police interrogate. But since the man was indicted on May 12, authorities have been unable to contact him.



The man's lawyer explained that A client uses his mobile phone to bet all of the coronavirus relief fund through online casino sites.


The Asahi newspaper reported that The lawyer quoted the client saying that “Right now I have no money and I have no valuable assets in hand. It's really hard to refund.”


The Abu City government sued the man for 51 million yen in damages, including legal fees.


Mayor Norihiko Hanada told his villagers that He was deeply sorry for the mistake. And Abu City Municipality will do its best to get back the large amount of public money.


However, 100,000 yen each has been reimbursed for coronavirus relief payments to eligible families.