A Man Who Owned SIX TONS Of Porno Magazines Dies After His Collection Avalanched On Top Of Him

By 03.03.17

A Japanese man’s body was found six months after his six-ton porno magazine collection avalanched on top of him, killing him.

The 50-year-old, who was identified only by the name Joji, was only discovered  when the landlord entered his flat in Japan to find out why the rent had not been paid, reports Mirror.

The porn addict’s lowly tragic death was revealed by a member of the cleaning team, who said that his company had been hired to remove the magazines discreetly in a way that would not be noticed by neighbours and the man’s family to save them from the shame.

The cleaner said that every space in the flat was filled with piles of magazines, which also stacked on tables and on shelves.

There are also clippings from erotic magazines where it appeared the man had cut out his favorite articles, and thrown away the rest of the magazine.

Poor Joji. They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, and despite the invention of the internet that contains actual moving pornographic footage in HD, Joji was deadset (no pun intended. Jk, totally intended) on going the route we all did when we were 12 and superglued the bra and panties section of our mothers’ Macy’s catalog together. He truly may be the last of a dying breed. In Joji’s memory, I encourage each and every one of you to obtain a magazine from his collection and bury it in your backyard. Joji–gone, not forgotten.

[h/t Mirror]


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