A man identified as Akitoshi Okamoto from Japan has been arrested in Tokyo for making 24, 000 complaint calls to his phone operator.
The 71-year-old man was accused of making thousands of calls to KDDI’s free number in just eight days, thereby, accusing the company of violating his contract, BBC reports.
Akitoshi had been making call repeatedly for a period of two years and six months.
But Akitoshi debunked the fact that he had been disturbing the firm. He complained to the police that the firm are the one against him.
Okamoto rather blamed KDDI for violating his contract because his phone was unable to pick up radio broadcasts, according to Japanese media.
Police said that Akitoshi was arrested for insulting either the company’s customer service staff or he wants an apology from that the company’s representative.
He was also arrested on suspicion of “fraudulent obstruction of business” – a charge that can be brought against people in Japan