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(The Citizen)   Are you ready kids? Who's dressed as a pineapple and was robbed in Malmö? Hideki Kaji   (thelocal.se) divider line
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2009-04-05 9:41:16 AM  
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#1 suspect
 
2009-04-05 11:33:24 AM  
Golf clap
 
2009-04-05 11:38:34 AM  
Was he attacked with a pointed stick?


I wish Paris Hilton would dress up as a banana. I've had enough of her already.

 
2009-04-05 11:38:59 AM  
Lost pineapple filling, bruised fruit and pineapple upside down.
 
2009-04-05 11:39:01 AM  
why did i think of sponge bob?
 
2009-04-05 11:41:18 AM  

NCP69: why did i think of sponge bob?


because he lives in a pineapple under the sea.
 
2009-04-05 11:45:05 AM  
The headline was a bit of a stretch. Didn't really work for me. Good attempt though.
 
2009-04-05 11:45:49 AM  
I did not know who Hideki Kaji was. Now, thanks to that song, I will never forget.
 
2009-04-05 11:46:05 AM  
My pleasure clicking through the "on the town" sidebar is being ruined by all the Swedes imitating New Jersey posers.
 
2009-04-05 11:49:15 AM  
Ok, the victim is adorable
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How could you do that? It'd be like beating up early 60's Paul.
 
2009-04-05 11:49:52 AM  
Meh, at least it wasn't an Ikea reference.

And if this tourist wanted to experience Scandinavia, Malmö isn't exactly the place to go. The police aren't allowed to enter large parts of the city that are effectively under Sharia law.
 
2009-04-05 11:51:31 AM  
Anyone dressed as a pineapple in Kroksbäck who has 20000 :- worth of camera to steal is taking a huge leap of faith in humanity.

/bets his pant it was eastern blockers
 
2009-04-05 11:53:51 AM  

beoswulf: Meh, at least it wasn't an Ikea reference.

And if this tourist wanted to experience Scandinavia, Malmö isn't exactly the place to go. The police aren't allowed to enter large parts of the city that are effectively under Sharia law.



When the article oddly didn't contain a description of the robbers, I figured that none of them were named Sven.
 
2009-04-05 11:55:37 AM  
I take the bus through there on a weekly basis, I'll be sure to get a picture of the splatter!
 
2009-04-05 11:56:00 AM  
Socialism rocks. I blame Obama.
 
2009-04-05 11:57:08 AM  

special20: Lost pineapple filling, bruised fruit and pineapple upside down.


*golf clap* Well done
 
2009-04-05 12:08:34 PM  
beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.
 
2009-04-05 12:12:32 PM  

Demon of the Fall: beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.


Hell I've walked through Rosengård at 02:00am on a Saturday night,
no worries no problems, and I'm as bleeding white as you get.
 
2009-04-05 12:20:38 PM  

skinink: Was he attacked with a pointed stick?


Shut up!
 
2009-04-05 12:22:38 PM  

Mighty Tighty Whitey: Demon of the Fall: beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.

Hell I've walked through Rosengård at 02:00am on a Saturday night,
no worries no problems, and I'm as bleeding white as you get.


There have been multiple times where it was far too late and I was far too drunk not to have something awful happen to me in Malmö, yet it never did. The weird thing that ever happened was a Spanish guy trying to convert me to Eastern Orthodox Christianity.

Man I love Malmö
 
2009-04-05 12:23:42 PM  

Mighty Tighty Whitey: Demon of the Fall: beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.

Hell I've walked through Rosengård at 02:00am on a Saturday night,
no worries no problems, and I'm as bleeding white as you get.


conversely, I've felt damned intimidated on Dalaplan in broad daylight (having lived in Glasgow, i don't intimidate easily) I also have a close friend who was stabbed by some guy who was trying to steal his camera just at S.Förstadsgatan....
 
2009-04-05 12:25:24 PM  
dress like a hobo and you will be just fine.
 
2009-04-05 12:26:54 PM  

uttertosh: Mighty Tighty Whitey: Demon of the Fall: beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.

Hell I've walked through Rosengård at 02:00am on a Saturday night,
no worries no problems, and I'm as bleeding white as you get.

conversely, I've felt damned intimidated on Dalaplan in broad daylight (having lived in Glasgow, i don't intimidate easily) I also have a close friend who was stabbed by some guy who was trying to steal his camera just at S.Förstadsgatan....


Not saying things don't happen,
they do everywhere,
hell even the little town of Ystad had a wank-o-matic pyro running about.
Just saying for being one of Sweden's most crimeridden and dangerous areas, it's really not even nearly as bad as any US town of roughly the same size.
 
2009-04-05 12:27:14 PM  
I spent nearly three months in Malmo. One of my co-workers there took me on a quick driving tour of the "bad part of town" early in the morning. I was shocked. I've see some bad parts of cities in North America and this area would have competed. The fire service and ambulance workers get attacked in this area and there are often various riots because muslims are upset or angry about something, which usually result in attacks on swedish women. From what he told me, those areas are basically under Sharia Law and the police don't even try to control it anymore because even if the entire police force mounted an offensive it would likely be a one-way trip for them.

That being said, the rest of the city was nice. Routinely we would walk from the train station to the hilton at all hours of the day and night and encountered no problems. He said that for now they stay in their part of the city and rarely does the violence come to the tourist parts of town.

I was there during the anti-globalization marches, which made things quite interesting. The Hilton hired security and some window were broken out in the next building. Also saw a communist riot of some sort. The right-wing party set up a booth on the street and next thing you know a bunch of young know-it-all kids were there throwing food at them. The police sort of stood around on horses with a look of "oh no, what next".
 
2009-04-05 12:31:56 PM  
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2009-04-05 12:42:53 PM  
Mighty Tighty Whitey:

Not saying things don't happen,
they do everywhere,
hell even the little town of Ystad had a wank-o-matic pyro running about.
Just saying for being one of Sweden's most crimeridden and dangerous areas, it's really not even nearly as bad as any US town of roughly the same size.

yeah, Malmö's 'crime problem' is laughable - it's probably the safest I've ever felt in any city I've lived in.

BTW, are you planning on going to the EuroFark party in A-dam in June?
 
2009-04-05 12:43:32 PM  
uggh... /b

/facepalm
 
2009-04-05 12:55:05 PM  
Singing and yellow and poor now, is he!
(Hi-dek-i Ka-ji!)
If pop-culture nonsense be something you wish!
(Hi-dek-i Ka-ji!)
Then gimme your money fo' I cut you, biatch!
(Hideki Kaji! Hideki Kaji! Hideki Kaji! Hideki Kaji!)
HIDEKIIIIIIIIII KAJIIIIIIIIIII!
 
2009-04-05 1:37:01 PM  

uttertosh: Mighty Tighty Whitey:

Not saying things don't happen,
they do everywhere,
hell even the little town of Ystad had a wank-o-matic pyro running about.
Just saying for being one of Sweden's most crimeridden and dangerous areas, it's really not even nearly as bad as any US town of roughly the same size.

yeah, Malmö's 'crime problem' is laughable - it's probably the safest I've ever felt in any city I've lived in.

BTW, are you planning on going to the EuroFark party in A-dam in June?


Born in Norrland myself, Skåne ain't half as safe as home, but that's besides the point, now I lock the door when I go out, but that's roughly as far as my security has changed...

Nah not this time around, Univ's ending end of June. :/
 
2009-04-05 1:45:59 PM  
I have nothing more to add here, other than the fact that I'm in my twenties and still enjoy SpongeBob.

/Off to find a Krabby Patty
 
2009-04-05 2:26:36 PM  

Demon of the Fall: beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.


Yeah Malmö is boring and the booze is expensive.

And there's practically no crime at all in Sweden, except tax evasion, which is understandable.
 
2009-04-05 2:32:45 PM  
Maybe Malmö is not as bad as some American ghetto with 100% Negro population, but it is a crime-ridden crap hole by Swedish standards.
 
2009-04-05 2:45:12 PM  

svenbertil: Maybe Malmö is not as bad as some American ghetto with 100% Negro population, but it is a crime-ridden crap hole by Swedish standards.


wat?
 
2009-04-05 3:04:22 PM  
Shawn Spencer nods approvingly...
 
2009-04-05 3:47:13 PM  
The lesson here is to never leave a pineapple to guard expensive video equipment. I'll have to rearrange my whole life after this.
 
2009-04-05 4:57:43 PM  
dude looks like a lady.
 
2009-04-05 5:15:14 PM  
ilambiquated

Yeah Malmö is boring and the booze is expensive.

And there's practically no crime at all in Sweden, except tax evasion, which is understandable.


Actually, there is one crime that Sweden is world leading in...

Bicycle theft.

We will farking steal your bicycle man!
 
2009-04-05 7:14:44 PM  
He provided the (non-metal) singing voice for Negishi in Detroit Metal City. Absolutely hilarious film. Sorry it happened to him.
 
2009-04-05 7:39:58 PM  

H_is_for_Heretic: Ok, the victim is adorable

How could you do that? It'd be like beating up early 60's Paul.


Awww. He looks like he's twelve. I just want to pat him on the head and give him a dollar to go buy some candy.
 
2009-04-05 8:00:06 PM  

ilambiquated: Demon of the Fall: beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.

Yeah Malmö is boring and the booze is expensive.

And there's practically no crime at all in Sweden, except tax evasion, which is understandable.


Malmo is safe? Are you kidding? The city is teeming with very angry "youths" AKA recent immigrants from certain Arab speaking countries. These youths are under employed and resentful of Sweden's decadent ways. The vast majority of Malmo's crime problems center on this large and angry group.
 
2009-04-05 10:08:22 PM  
Hideki Kaji?

Isn't he the designer of the Metal Gear Solid games?
 
2009-04-05 11:14:17 PM  

Only_A_Lad: Singing and yellow and poor now, is he!
(Hi-dek-i Ka-ji!)
If pop-culture nonsense be something you wish!
(Hi-dek-i Ka-ji!)
Then gimme your money fo' I cut you, biatch!
(Hideki Kaji! Hideki Kaji! Hideki Kaji! Hideki Kaji!)
HIDEKIIIIIIIIII KAJIIIIIIIIIII!


*Golf clap*
 
2009-04-06 6:44:45 AM  
FTFA: When the film team took a break and the cameramen left the site to photograph their children who had also accompanied the team, Hideki Kaji was left to guard the equipment, dressed as a pineapple.

"OK people, vacation fun-time. Let's leave the talent stranded with all our costly gear while we go take those all-important kiddie snaps for Gramma-san."

That is one big brimmin' bowl of WTF right there.

I mean, I know that Japanese people's vacations are ruined if they don't photograph absolutely everything, but this is...shiat.
 
2009-04-06 7:02:56 AM  

Demon of the Fall: beoswulf

Have you even been to Malmö? That place is vanilla, much safer than any North American city its size.

That being said, if you want to party you should head over to Copenhagen.


Please don't send beoswulf here, thank you, we're trying to have a good time.
The female muslim busdrivers with headscarves would probably scare him shiatless anyway.
 
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