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Man Smashes Through His Apartment Floor to Destroy Woman’s Loud TV in Japan

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    A 41-year-old woman from Fukuoka, Japan, got the shock of her life when his upstairs neighbor, 33-year-old Kei Fujino, busted aggressively through his floor/her ceiling and showed extreme aggression.

    After smashing through the floor on Saturday, Fujino reportedly hurled a large piece of wood — approximately 47.2 inches in length — through the hole believed to be around 19.7 inches to a side, which eventually hit the woman’s television, according to Livedoor News as translated by SoraNews24.

    Police arrived at the scene and found that Fujino used some sort of object to open up a hole in his apartment floor. Luckily, the woman, whose name was not revealed, was left unharmed.

    After arresting Fujino, authorities soon discovered that both he and the woman have never met each other in person.

    Police also have yet to find what prompted the man to commit the attack, but it is believed that the high volume on the woman’s TV could be the main reason. Whatever the case is, burrowing through the floor is a heck of a way to make an entrance and introduce yourself to your neighbor.

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