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41-year-old man arrested for stabbing father to death

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A 41-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of stabbing his 75-year-old father to death with a kitchen knife in Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture, police said Tuesday.

According to police, Takeo Kosuge, who is currently unemployed, stabbed his father Shinobu in the back with a kitchen knife at their residence at around 6 p.m. on Monday, and then called 110 an hour later, Fuji TV reported. The victim was taken to hospital where he died shortly after arrival.

Police said Kosuge has admitted to killing his father and quoted him as saying he held a grudge against his dad who would constantly tell him to “get a job.”

Kosuge lived with his father and mother who was out at the time.

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Lazy slug, 41 living at home, and sponging off his parents' pensions. You won't have to worry about getting a job now.

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his dad who would constantly tell him to “get a job...

The father obviously forgot the "...or get out of my house!!"

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Another day, another family murder! And, this one is from a 41 year old NEET! Well, now he will have free room and board at the Emperor's hotel for a few years. However, he won't have his playstation or his manga collection.

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Lazy leech

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should kick him out long time ago. anyone at that age should be independent unless with health problem.

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"his 75-year-old father to death with a kitchen knife in Fujisawa City, Kanagawa Prefecture, "

Many people wish they could live that long, Perhaps he probably never imagined he would be taken off the set by his own son.

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Father could have said "get a life". Now lets see if he gets a life sentence...

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So not only did he stab his dad in the back, he let him bleed out for an hour....nice.

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