‘I was stressed at work, so I set the store on fire’: Burned-out Japanese part-time worker arrested for arson
- Tatsuya Matsuzawa, a 32-year-old part-time worker, was arrested for arson in Japan.
- Matsuzawa reportedly set Ken Depot Soka Sezaki Store in Soka City, Saitama Prefecture, on fire on June 13.
- He had been working as a delivery and security man for the building materials store for about a year and admitted his crime to investigators.
- “I was too stressed at work, so I burned the place down,” he told them.
- A 42-year-old employee was injured during the fire and was taken to the hospital.
A stressed-out part-time Japanese employee was arrested for arson after setting fire to the store he worked at last week.
Tatsuya Matsuzawa, a 32-year-old part-time worker, was arrested for burning down Ken Depot Soka Sezaki Store in Soka, Saitama Prefecture, on June 13.