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They ran the Hello Kitty theme park in Tokyo for terrorist fun

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I owe a message that contained a terrorist joke, the theme park Purolanddedicated to Hello Kitty in the Tokyo suburb of Tama he checked his doors in a preventive manner, reported the company on its official website.

“We will ensure in due time that we are not capable on this occasion of adequately ensuring the safety of our clients, actors and staff on the site”, can be read in a message written on the official page of Sanrio Puroland.

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De acuerdo con la Tokyo Police, do not encounter rastros de ningún explosive device or anything else I can inside the park. The terrorist amenaza led to the direction of the electronic street park.

The great popularity of Hello Kittya character created in 1974 and who during this year will grow in size, inspired the creation of this theme park, which was quickly converted into an important tourist claim of Japan.

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The announcement of the sky came at a special moment, as this end of the week marks a custom of three days in Japan and thousands of people have chosen the park Hello Kitty to pass it.

Without embargo, where the authorities of the capital japonesa They found that there are no problems, the park will open its doors regularly during the Sunday morning.

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