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Police have arrested a man who sawed off two bars at a railway crossing on Saturday, after he became angry at traffic congestion at the crossing.
Katsunori Nakano, 53, told the police that he was in a hurry to go to his work. The bars had remained lowered after an accident earlier.
He sawed off the bars at a crossing in Funabashi, Chiba Prefecture, between about 7 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. Footage of him doing so was captured by street surveillance cameras. Witnesses also filmed the incident with their smartphones and posted clips on Twitter and YouTube.
This article first appeared on japantoday.com
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