After receiving a call on Monday night about a man walking around Tokyo’s Taito-ku district with a knife, a police officer quickly arrived at the scene and confronted the criminal. But rather than give up his weapon, the man began to walk towards the policeman, brandishing the knife and shouting â€œKill Youâ€ in English.
Whilst it wasn’t reported, I presume I’m right in guessing that the officer didn’t correct the man’s shoddy English. Perhaps helpfully suggesting that I’m going to, or I want to placed before his outburst would make for a grammatically correct (and more intimidating) sentence.
Instead the policeman simply shot the suspect in the arm, bringing the incident to a swift and decisive end.