The nurse is a Real Doll(tm)

Ya gotta love the Japanese news for fun stuff like this dead nurse cum Real Doll®…
little-nurse-love

Japan woman’s body sent by mail marked ‘doll’
The New Straits Times | 26 May 2014
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detectives were today investigating the case of a young nurse whose corpse was sent across Japan in a box that claimed to contain a doll.
The body of Rika Okada was found in a storage lock-up in Tokyo.
Investigators also found the 2-metre (6ft 6in) box in which it had been transported from the southern city of Osaka…The delivery service that ferried the package — marked with the Japanese word for ’doll’ — 400 kilometres (230 miles) to the capital had been paid in Okada’s own name. The bill for the lock-up’s short term rental had been settled using her credit card.
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Previous 3yen reports of Japanese nurse love and Japan’s passion for lovedolls include:

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12 thoughts on “The nurse is a Real Doll(tm)”

  1. Kind of ironic that love hotels lock the door and won’t let you leave separately unless they can confirm you are both alive, but mailing a parcel the size and weight of a body? The answer “doll” flies. And it’s ironic that life size companion dolls are enough of a thing here that it barely raises an eyebrow.

  2. Sooo, that’s were my last order went and got lost…

    H wrote:
    … it’s ironic that life size companion dolls are enough of a thing here that it barely raises an eyebrow.

    2 meters and 40-45 kilos… That’s the size of a real shitload of things for a parcel (furniture/car parts/shelving), also, pretty sure a nurse can be packed more tightly. Give me a good knife and I’ll make it fit in a 100x50x50 box

  3. Coligny wrote:
    2 meters and 40-45 kilos… That’s the size of a real shitload of things for a parcel…

    More interesting is that the murderer was even able to mail the nurse “doll” even though Japan Post’s parcel weight limit is only 30kg (66 lbs) and the combined dimensional limit (width + length + height) is 170cm (67in) in total.

  4. I always wonder why these geniuses don’t destroy the body after the murder….maybe in this case they had already planned it and planned to run but shit like burying a body in a bathtub full of sand? By We Japanese logic, in most cases, no body, no crime…maybe the cannibal killers are the only ones with any sense…unless they decide to freeze the leftovers.

  5. More interesting is that the murderer was even able to mail the nurse “doll” even though Japan Post’s parcel weight limit…

    Later in the news report they say ‘delivery service’, not japan post, and it was paid by credit card, my local post office only accept cash… So, might be Sagawa/Kuroneko/Yamato et al shipping services…

  6. Dear Japan,

    WHAT THE ACTUAL FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUU????????

    Signed,

    The Rest Of The World

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    Akihabara police (in whose jurisdiction lies both AKB48′s original venue and the company who manages the group) have demanded they take immediate steps to improve security.
    In addition to the pathetically rudimentary measure of actually searching attendees for concealed saws, police want the events to increase the distance between the stage and seating so as to avoid any wayward otaku getting onto the stage.
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    Translation:
    This new video conference system that can shake hands was created by a research group of the University of Osaka. The conferencing system allows you to remotely shake hands with a distant person tele-connected to a robot pseudo-hand during an online conversation.

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