Man calls police after failing 200 times when trying to catch a prize in a stuffed animal machineOct 132020
An employee at the venue decided to show that the visitor was simply not trying hard enough to get an award, but they were not able to get it either.
A Japanese citizen tried 200 times to catch a prize from a stuffed animal machine at the Sega entertainment center in Tokyo. However, the player was not successful even once. Faced with so much frustration, he called the police to investigate if there was a technical failure, and even complained about his failures via Twitter.
In turn, security agents asked an employee who worked in the games room for help. He decided to show that the visitor was simply not trying hard enough to get a prize. But after 300 failed attempts, the clerk gave up and moved the prizes to make it easier to catch them. Only then did he manage to grab a toy. The visitor was also successful in the end.
えっと、まだまだ取れずに店員さん警察にガン詰めされてます🥺 pic.twitter.com/3cPKvfPoHr— オガトゥーン (@84848141a) October 8, 2020
The player did not detail whether he had been reimbursed for the money spent on 200 failed attempts. It is also unclear exactly which toy the Japanese citizen was trying so hard to pull out. However, it is known that the Police decided not to take action against the employees of the gaming hall.
Sega, for its part, issued a press release emphasizing that in case of problems, visitors can contact the gaming hall staff.