A strange incident took place at a laundry in Japan where many residents send clothes and underwear for washing.
Overtime, women’s underwear continued to miss from the laundry. But where the underwear go to remained a mystery.
This puzzle was however solved recently when Police detectives in the city of Hatena in Japan caught an elderly man in the stealing women’s underwear from a laundry.
Upon interrogation and search at the suspects home, the Police discovered over 700 women underwear.
The Daily Vendor Newspaper learnt that the incident took place in Oita prefecture of Japan.
Our source said the suspect whose name was given as Tetsuo Urata went to steal six pairs of women’s underwear from the money-laundered auto laundry and was caught by the Police.
The local police shared pictures of the underwear lying on the floor in their posts on social media. They also said that never before have so many incidents of theft of underwear come to light.
The incident has already gone viral on social media. According to Police, “The accused used the stolen bras and panties for his own sexual gratification and it is still unknown whether Tetsuo Urata has a psychiatric condition linked to his theft of women’s underwear.
There is a term for Mr Le Tetsuo Urata’s condition “Melcryptovestimentaphilia”. This is defined as “someone who compulsively steals ladies’ panties and Bra’s,” or “a physiological compulsive disorder, in which a person has the sexual desire to steal ladies underwear for personal wear or sexual pleasure of smelling.”
One of the psychiatrist, was quoted as saying that there are some people who fixate on a non-living object as the primary means of sexual gratification. “It has to cause a problem in the person’s life. For example, some married men don’t engage in proper sexual activities with their wives, and this can lead to marital issues when their wives catch them with the objects,” the psychiatrist said.