A Thai local posted some photos of the diminutive, frail-looking retiree with his intricate gang tattoos.
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A retired Japanese crime boss has been arrested in Thailand ending more than 14 years on the run after photos of his "Yakuza" tattoos and a missing little finger went viral.Police Gen. Wirachai Songmetta said Japanese associates paid visits to Shirai two to three times a year, bearing cash gifts."The suspect has not confessed to murder but has admitted that the victim used to bully him," the Thai police spokesman added.The mobster boss kept a "low profile" during his stay in Thailand, police said, receiving money two or three times each year from a visiting Japanese man.
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