Entertainment: Japan: Drunk, a police officer loses sensitive documents concerning 400 people

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L’officier, âgé de 49 ans et originaire de la région de Hyogo (ouest du Japon), a perdu un sac contenant les documents en question entre 23 heures vendredi soir et 5 heures du matin samedi (Photo d'illustration). REUTERS © Stringer The officer, aged 49 and originally from the Hyogo region (west of Japan), lost a bag containing the documents in question 11 p.m. Friday evening and 5 a.m. on Saturday (illustration photo). Reuters The glass too much ... A Japanese policeman drank too much, fell asleep in the street and lost investigation documents containing personal data of around 400 people, including a criminal suspect, said the police and local media. The officer, aged 49 and from the Hyogo region (west of Japan), lost a bag containing the documents in question between 11 p.m. Friday evening and 5 a.m. Local police responsible. Names and addresses ... These documents contained the names and addresses of people involved in criminal surveys, he said, without giving more details. According to the main Japanese media, citing police officials, the officer in question came out a drink with colleagues and fell asleep on the street when he returned home. When he woke up near a station, he did not find the bag and documents containing personal information of around 400 people, including a suspect, said media. Not a first it is not the first time that civil servants have been embarrassed after alcohol consumption sessions. In June, the authorities of the city of Amagasaki, in the same region, said that an entrepreneur had lost a bag containing a USB key containing the personal data of all 460,000 inhabitants, after being released a drink and To fall asleep in the open air on the way back. The USB key, however, was found one day after the revelation of the case by the municipality.

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