Kage bunshin no jutsu! Arrested thief says ‘Naruto’ books were ‘teaching him how to be a ninja’

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A 25-year-old American arrested this weekend in Georgia while robbing a supermarket, said he learned to enter secure areas while reading the Naruto manga.

Reading mangas can create vocations, like learning Japanese, or becoming a ninja.

In any case, this latest project was fueled by Christopher Zahyeer Atkins, 25; reading Masashi Kishimoto’s hit manga Naruto.

This weekend, Atkins was arrested while robbing a Target supermarket in Georgia, and gave an amazing explanation.

Last night officers responded to a burglary alarm at one of our major retail stores. The alarm company observed a…

Posted by Dunwoody Police Department on Monday, October 9, 2017

On Monday, Dunwoody police posted on its Facebook page that the suspect said he learned from reading the Naruto manga how to “become a ninja” and “enter secure areas.” An alarm was triggered in the supermarket and the security company had seen the amateur ninja watching the video surveillance images.

The suspect will have to read many other mangas before arriving for perfect breakage.

For now, he’s behind bars. According to reports, he had taken a small bounty consisting of 10 books, 10 DVDs, a DVD player, a tablet, Bluetooth headphones, an alarm clock, a bag and some money.