Sex Starved Monk Stabs Prostitute To Death For Not Satisfying Him

Police on Thursday night arrested an acquaintance of a 37-year-old woman found stabbed to death in Matsuyama City last year, reports the Yomiuri Shimbun.

Police took Yoshinori Kurumi, a 29-year-old Buddhist monk from Tokushima City, into custody for killing nail artist Miki Kuroda insider her third-floor apartment.

The suspect is reported to have repeatedly stalked the victim before he killed her.

“She worked part-time in the fuzoku (sex-related) trade, and he was her customer; that’s how they became acquainted. On several occasions, he stalked her. He posted defamatory messages on adult-service promotion sites,” an investigator said.

These posts, which described the victim’s ‘sex’ services as “bad”.  And surveillance camera footage eventually lead police to Kurumi.

The suspect hired a private detective to do a background check on the victim to find out where she lives.

On getting to her apartment, the suspect posed as a delivery man. He attached a delivery slip to a cardboard box that concealed a survival knife, the weapon used to carry out the crime.

“He said that he carried her mobile phone and the knife used to kill Kuroda from the crime scene and threw them ‘into the sea,’” the investigator said.

Kurumi has admitted to killing Kuroda. “I stabbed her head with a knife,” the suspect is quoted by police.

On the day of the murder, her co-workers held a party in the office. When Kuroda did not arrive at the appointed time, some members visited her apartment.

It was a grisly scene: She had suffered deep wounds to her neck that extended to the carotid artery.

The investigator said given all of the wounds on the body, it seems that the perpetrator must have held tremendous resentment for the victim.

Forbes Billionaire Gives Away His N120B Fortune, Becomes a Monk With No Possession (Photos)

58-year-old Bhanwarlal Doshi, who was profiled by Forbes and said to be worth over $600m, runs a plastic company in Delhi, India. But Doshi would get converted into the famous Jain monk’s life, prompting him to give up his $600m empire.

He got converted on Sunday and became one of the disciples of Jain Acharya, Shri Gunratna Surishwarji Maharaj.
To kick-off his monk life, a lavish three-day send-off party was thrown for him, where 1,500 people served food to guests. After the ceremony, he is expected to live in abject poverty with no maids or money or any physical possession.

Times of India reports that, “The venue [of the send-off] was built in the form of a ship. 500 hotel rooms were booked to accommodate guests. An estimated 150,000 people participated in the event.”

Reports said he had always wanted to become a monk after he listened to Jain’s lectures in 1981, but it took him time to convince his family. .