Man stabs 5 at Japan railway station: Report
TOKYO (AFP) - Japanese police on Saturday arrested a man who allegedly stabbed five people at a railway station in south-west Japan, Kyodo news agency reported.
The five victims - all men - were taken to hospital but their injuries did not seem to be life-threatening, the agency said, quoting firefighters.
A passerby alerted the fire department to the early morning attack at Hakata railway station in Fukuoka city.
Police said they had arrested a man believed to be the attacker, who was quoted as saying he "wanted to stab people", Kyodo reported.