Big Bang's Daesung and Seungri's Passport Stolen in Japan?!

By Staff Writer | August 17, 2012 10:50 AM EDT

Big Bang's Daesung and Seungri's Passport Stolen in Japan?!
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It has been reported that some of Big Bang members bag's with their passports were stolen!

According to Japanese news and Sankei Newspaper on Friday, "Two days ago, someone broke into Big Bang's van and stole the members' bags with their passports in them."

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Following the report, the group's manager drove the van alone and left it parked it near Toshima in Tokyo. While he was away, a thief broke the windows and stole Daesung and Seungri's bags containing their passports and money.

A representative of YG Entertainment revealed to OSEN through a phone call saying, "As of now, the situation has been taken care of, so we don't think there will be any problems."

In related news, Big Bang is currently on their 'Alive Galaxy Tour 2012' World Tour performing in 16 different countries and 25 cities around the world. 

Tagged :  Big Bang, Daesung, Seungri, YG Entertainment, Japan

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