Boyfriend who ‘dated 35 women and told everyone he had a different birthday so he got regular gifts’ is arrested in Japan for fraud
- Takashi Miyagawa, 39, was arrested in Japan for allegedly defrauding 35 women
- The serial dater told each victim that he wanted a serious relationship in order to receive gifts
- He also told each woman that his birthday fell on a different date of the year
- The women eventually joined together in February and reported the matter to the police
A serial dater has been arrested in Japan after seeing 35 different people at the same time and receiving gifts and cards from all of them.
Takashi Miyagawa, a part-time worker with no permanent residence from Japan’s Kansai region, had told each of the women he had been dating that his birthday was on a different date.
The 39-year-old was arrested for defrauding the 35 women after pretending to be serious about relationships with them.
Serial dater Takashi Miyagawa, 39, (pictured) has been arrested in Japan after seeing 35 different people at the same time and receiving gifts and cards from all
The non-resident part-time worker from Japan’s Kansai region had told each of the women he was dating that his birthday was on a different date
Miyagwa’s real birthday on November 13.
In one case, the Miyagwa told a 47-year-old lover his birthday was February 22, while another victim, 40, said he told her it was in July. A third woman, 35, said she thought it was April.
According to SoraNews24the total number of victims stands at 35 with the possibility that more will come to the fore.
In all, the women accused Miyagawa of defrauding them for £ 665 worth of birthday gifts, clothing and cash.
In one case, the Miyagwa told a 47-year-old lover that his birthday was February 22, when it was actually November 13. Another victim, 40, said he told her his birthday was in July while he was 35 years old. old woman said she thought it was April. Pictured: Some of the women who filed the complaint against Miyagawa
Combined, the women have accused Miyagawa of scamming them £ 665 in birthday gifts, clothes and cash
The suspect met his victims while working for a marketing company that sold hydrogen shower heads and other products.
He reportedly targeted single women and started every relationship with the suggestion that marriage would be on the map.
However, the women eventually formed a victims’ association and reported Miyagawa to the police in February.
The investigation continues.