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Random: Man Forges Popsicle Sticks To Win Pokémon Contest, Gets Arrested

Zarude used Sandstorm.

Oh dairy me – looks like someone got caught with his hand in the ice cream jar.

Takashi Ono, a 43-year old man from Japan, was arrested today under suspicion of fraud, after attempting to win Pokémon cards through illegal means. A competition run by Japanese ice-cream manufacturers, Akagi Nyugyo Co., asked people to send in winning popsicle sticks from their Garigari-kun brand. The winning sticks have “You win a Gari-Pokémon card” engraved into them, and winners can send them back to the company in order to redeem them for rare Pokémon cards.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

Zarude used Sandstorm.

Oh dairy me – looks like someone got caught with his hand in the ice cream jar.

Takashi Ono, a 43-year old man from Japan, was arrested today under suspicion of fraud, after attempting to win Pokémon cards through illegal means. A competition run by Japanese ice-cream manufacturers, Akagi Nyugyo Co., asked people to send in winning popsicle sticks from their Garigari-kun brand. The winning sticks have “You win a Gari-Pokémon card” engraved into them, and winners can send them back to the company in order to redeem them for rare Pokémon cards.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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