Anorak News | Japan’s Oldest Woman Is Missing: Killer Sushi Suspected

Japan’s Oldest Woman Is Missing: Killer Sushi Suspected

by | 3rd, August 2010

JAPAN’S oldest women, 113-year-old Fusa Furuya is missing. How long before we can presume she is dead, we are uncertain. But given the scam in Japan for passing dead relatives off as living so as to claim their pensions, we guess she will remain missing until all her dependents are dead.

The story goes that when updating their records, officials discovered that Furuya was not living at the address where she is registered. She has not been found.

This follows the news that Tokyo’s oldest male, Sogen Kato, a man of some 111 years had been dead for 30 years.

Anorak had conducted its own survey and found that far from being a land where longevity is all the go, the average age of the Japanese male is 32 years and for the woman 24 years and 2 months.

The diet of raw fish and seaweed is a killer, and vastly inferior to the western diet of fried meat, more fried meat and lashings of fried meat.

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