Man in Japan Dies; Buried by Porn Collection

In truly tragic fashion and in some of the most shocking news of the day, a man known only as “Joji”, a 50-year-old former carmaker died in Japan, buried underneath his six ton mountain of pornographic magazines that he had amassed throughout the years. Whilst, most people can now access pornography online, his addiction for the carnal arts was seemingly somehow still time warped somewhere in between the mid-nineties and his kitchen sink.

The kitchen was jammed, no food in sight. Just porn. Photo Credit: DailyMail

The landlord of the building had dropped by to check on Joji in his small apartment, as the rent had not been paid for six months already, but they had to break the door down as there was no response and they then discovered him buried underneath a mountain of porno mags. Death by Porno. Tragic.

They later figured out that Joji had really been dead for six months and it was unclear as to whether he had suffered a heart attack or whether his huge porn collection just collapsed over him, thus asphyxiating him, where as the cleaners revealed that it would’ve been impossible for anyone to hear his screams for help, given the amount of magazines present to muffle any such pleas. A very sad story, indeed.

The whole apartment was stacked with porno magazines and with his favourite cut-out photo clippings, from the floors to the walls, to on top of shelves and tables; one thing was clear, this man had a pretty bad porn hoarding problem.

The cleaning company was instructed to clear out the mass XXX rated publishing collection, without any neighbors noticing in order to spare any shame onto his family.

Joji was found underneath here. Photo Credit: DailyMail

The pure weight alone of the porn collection was estimated to weigh 13,228lbs and it does sadly look like Joji was possibly crushed by his own massive hoard of pornography, in the bitter end.

Well, at least he died doing what he loved, which is more than what can be said for most people. Somebody should have stepped in and helped him out and also just let him know about the advancements of porn from magazines into the online equivalent. Yes, online porn.

Very sad news to wrap up this Friday here at Brainstain. We hope this serves as a warning to anyone out there, that’s still hoarding any porn from the year of 1990 through to the year of 2005, or even way before then, to now just please act responsibly and just get rid of it all.

So, if that’s you? Then, it’s most definitely time for some Spring cleaning, as they say.

 

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