Wow This guy picked the WRONG girl to mess with on the train

I've been to Japan and I know how the train rids can be.. a lot of the times they are ppacked full of people leaving little space for you to move around. I've also heard cases of busines men (or some guys in suits) to get close to women in trains and grope them.

This would never fly in the US.. Women here will lay the smack down so to speak, and in this video coming up you see a Japanese Woman giving this "CHIKAN" or Groper an earful after he moved in behind her and groped her on the train. ..







(From the vidoe Description)

While on the train one day, I noticed some Japanese man way to close to some girl. If the train is packed, this is normal in Japan. However, this guy picked his prey. Or wrong prey for that matter. Though there was lot's of empty space at first, he chose to stand right behind her the whole time. Basically, she said "you touched me and don't deny it!" "You were right behind me and touching like this, etc." His only line of defense was "your drunk! no I didn't" She may have been drinking, but in no way drunk. The expressions on some of the people's faces are priceless.

If reported, these "Chikan's" or Groupers in English, loose everything when they are reported - Including their careers. And so she took him straight to the police station, "Koban," right after.


For those of you living in Japan how many times do you see something like this.. D o you often see men trying to grope women on the trains? I've never seen it happen in NYC, but I know if someone tried they would have a nice meeting with the train floor!

5 comments:

Brett said...

I've had this happen when i was traveling with an Australian gf near Nara. The guy basically forced his body against hers, and she just froze out of fear. In the loudest voice I could muster I yelled yamero! (stop!), his face went bright red, and he shrunk away to the back of the carriage. we probably should have taken him to the police but it had been a long day and we'd both had enough. Freak.

M-Kat said...

I haven't had this happen to me while I was in Japan, however I have heard a lot of stories recently. I hate how this stuff goes on,and most times nothing s done about it. I'm sure that guy was NOT expecting you to speak up but either :-p

blauereiter said...

A ra ma ! Youtube says the video has been removed... :[

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