Priest Kills Prostitute Because He Didn’t Enjoy The Sex (PHOTOS)

Priest Kills Prostitute Because He Didn’t Enjoy The Sex (PHOTOS)

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A commercial sex worker was battered and stabbed to death in cold blood by a monk because she failed to offer him a great service as expected.

Police officials in Matsuyama, Japan said it was a friend of the 37-year-old Miki Kuroda, who discovered her lifeless body in her apartment.

 29-year-old Yoshinori Kurumi, a Buddhist priest killed a prostitute after she failed to offer him sweet sex in Japan. (Photo Credit: Tribunews)
29-year-old Yoshinori Kurumi, a Buddhist priest killed a prostitute after she failed to offer him sweet sex in Japan. (Photo Credit: Tribunews)

The Buddhist priest at a temple in Chokenji identified as 29-year-old Yoshinori Kurumi, was arrested following a report during investigation that he stalked Kuroda before her death.

According to World Wide Weird News, the victim met the suspect during her work as a prostitute. On several occasions, he was stalking her. The monk also wrote defamatory messages on websites promoting adult services.

The messages according to investigations, described the victim’s sex service as a bad one which irked the monk a lot before he disguised as a delivery man to gain access into her apartment and killed her.

37-year-old prostitute, Miki Kuroda, was killed by Yoshinori Kurumi, a Buddhist priest after she failed to offer him sweet sex in Japan. (Photo Credit: Tribunews)
37-year-old prostitute, Miki Kuroda, was killed by Yoshinori Kurumi, a Buddhist priest after she failed to offer him sweet sex in Japan. (Photo Credit: Tribunews)
The monk confessed that hid the knife inside a cardboard box and then after committing the act, threw it into a sea.

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