Unemployed woman stabs her mother because she told her to get a real jobBy Mason White 3:32 PM June 2, 2015
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By: Chan Yuan
An unemployed woman was arrested on charges of attempted murder after allegedly stabbed her mother because she told her to find a real job, police in Japan said.
Tokyo Police said that they arrested 28-year-old Naomi Ota, after being accused of stabbing her mother in the abdomen several times on Sunday.
According to the police investigation, Ota stabbed her 60-year-old mother with a kitchen knife after being told to get a real job.
She then called police to report what she had done. Ota’s mother suffered several serious puncture wounds to the liver, and was taken to a nearby hospital in stable condition.
During questioning, Ota told police that her mother regularly bothered her about changing her way of life and get a job.