The dorky mascot of the Fukuoka Police, “Fukkeikun,” shown on the right is urging local citizens to collect a 100,000 yen ($1,104) reward turning in people in possession of hand grenades. The Fukuoka Prefectural Police’s “yuruchara”/loose character also sagely reminds us to “run away” at the sight of a loose hand grenade. Ri-i-ight, that’s always a good idea…
…at least five incidents involving hand grenades in the Fukuoka prefecture last year. In an effort to minimize damage done by the gangs involved the Fukuoka Police decided to offer a 100,000 yen ($1,104) cash reward to anyone who reports any suspect in possession of a hand grenade...more...
—via The Atlantic Wire
Handouts for Hand Grenades: Yakuza Gang War Leads to an Explosive Bounty
According to the goofy Google Translate of the Fukuoka Police website:
Grenades incentive scheme
The Fukuoka Prefectural Police is offering a reward for your information leading to the seizure of a grenade and the arrest suspect …
–Payment of reward–
•In the case of notification under one’s real name, the reward amount is around 100,000 yen for each grenade were seized.
•The amount of reward will be calculated by taking into account the value of the information provided about the individual arrested and cooperation with the procedures of the investigation.
•Time of payment of the reward will made when the official investigation report is filed to the courts by the police.