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Shigeta told to give DNA 'in person'

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Police have rejected a DNA sample from the Japanese man who allegedly fathered at least 15 babies through Thai surrogates, saying the specimen submitted by his lawyer cannot be verified. 

Mitsutoki Shigeta supposedly bragged that he had fathered a dozen or more babies, and wanted to be the father of at least 1,000 - presumably part of a plan for a Thailand-based "surrogate factory". (Photos courtesy of Immigration Bureau)

On Tuesday, Deputy Metropolitan Police Bureau chief Chayut Thanathaweerat called on 24-year-old businessman Mitsutoki Shigeta to travel to Thailand so he could provide a DNA sample in person.

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