A nuisance call that infuriated the popular YouTuber “Isn’t it dangerous?” “You don’t have a cell phone for your child”: J-CAST News[Full text display]
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On February 2, 2022, YouTuber Yuuta posted a video warning of a kid playing a prank.
From Yuyuta’s YouTuber video
“Because he’s a minor, he may or may not be forgiven.”
In the video titled “To the children who playfully call me everyday[Yuyuta]said Yuyuta, “So” he said his phone number had been identified on the internet. Dozens of mischievous calls come in a day. “
Yuuta explained the reason for not changing the phone number: “It is possible that someone will unfortunately be assigned my phone number in the future. To prevent this. Then, he said on the mischievous phone that arrived during the game’s giveaway the other day, “I accidentally walked out,” and posted a video with the whole story of the swap.
In the video, Yuuta-san, who answered an incoming call from an unknown number, asked, “What happened? I answered.
Yuuta asked in a harsh tone, “Why did you call the number on it?” So you’d be charged with the same crime as the prank caller? ” Oh I am sorry. In the end, Yuuta advised, “Because you’re a minor, you may or may not be licensed, so you need to be careful,” and the call ended.
“It’s dangerous” to speak to an unreliable number
Yuuta said, “This voice is about elementary students!? Isn’t it dangerous? A child about elementary students is calling a phone number on the net that has no credibility for fun. Seriously. Parents shouldn’t have cellphones for kids who don’t have the ability to judge! Set yourself an age limit!”
Additionally, Yuuta pointed out, “What if someone puts in a phone number like a yakuza or Sarakin?”, even though it was fine because he answered the phone this time. “As with this kid, most mischievous phone numbers that come to me are called with my own phone number, which is completely bare, even unannounced. Rather, you’re giving someone your personal information. It’s dangerous If you make a mistake, it will be irreparable!”
And, while calling attention, “Please acknowledge again that the internet is a very scary place. Therefore, please do not call any phone number that appears to be on the Internet. He pierced the caller saying, “I’m sure I’ll come across a prank call.”