There seem to be several curious aspects to this news. First, why did he immediately spend the large sum of money, about 46.3 million yen, that was suddenly sent to him without any doubt? If I had been sent a large sum of money by mistake as he was, I would not have spent it immediately, but would have consulted the bank or city hall.
Also, why did the official send such a large sum of money? And fortunately, some money has now been returned to the town from the settlement company and may be returned by other companies in the future. But if the full amount is successfully returned to the town from each company, what will happen to his crime?
Even if the money is successfully recovered, I hope these mysteries will be solved.
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He immediately spent most of the 46.3 million yen that was suddenly transferred to his account.
If I had a large sum of money suddenly transferred to my bank account as he did, I would be worried and wonder why the money was suddenly transferred and where it came from, and would go to the bank or the city office or someone else for advice. Therefore, although the money was transferred by mistake, I suspect that there must be some kind of planning involved.
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