New Japanese Service Pays “Bounty Hunters” To Catch Shoplifters and Train Gropers

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Are you living in Japan and strapped for yen? A new service and website created by Insotsu, Inc. called Bounty Hunter might be of assistance.

 

As the name implies, the service allows members of the general public to become “bounty hunters” eligible for cash rewards in return for doing things like stopping shoplifters and train gropers.

 

Insotsu, Inc. is trying to market this service to shop owners in their press release, with the headline: “Your shop will become a no-shoplifting zone. With Bounty Hunter, we propose an anti-shoplifting measure that will end up costing you zero yen.” They also created this very convincing promotional image to drive the point home.

 

 

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