Due to work pressure.. employee burns livelihood in Japan

According to his defense, an employee of a building materials store in the Japanese city of Saitama set fire to his workplace due to workload.

32-year-old Matsuzawa admitted his crime at the investigation and said in justification of his deed: “I was very stressed at work, so I set fire to the store.”

The details reported that the store was open at the time and had more than ten employees, including Matsuzawa and several customers, and a 42-year-old employee was injured and taken to the hospital.

Japanese media reported that Matsuzawa worked at the store for a year as a delivery man and a security guard, noting that he used incendiary materials to set the place on fire and that he avoided security cameras in doing so.

Source: worldofbuzz.com

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