Three men in Japan have been arrested for appropriating the Denny's restaurant’s logo for their sexual services company.
On June 11, Nagano Prefectural Police arrested Seiji Shiraishi, a 44-year-old resident of Ueda City. Arrested along with Shiraishi were two of his employees at the company “Deliy’s.”
Deliy’s, which started operations in May 2013, is in the line of business known in Japan as “delivery health.” That description may cause you to think Deliy’s has a roster of personal trainers or convalescent nurses whom they send to your door to help get you off the couch and into your running shoes, or perhaps that they have a fleet of trucks that drop off containers of tofu and wheat germ at people’s homes.
The truth isn’t quite as wholesome as any of that, however.
Delivery health refers to the practice of deploying women to a client’s home or hotel room, nominally for sensual massage and various sexual services. These skirt Japan’s anti-prostitution laws since full-on intercourse is ostensibly not offered, but seeing as how there are no authorities present when the deal goes down, there’s no way to confirm clients and providers aren’t doing the deed regardless.
One thing that can be confirmed, though, is the logo that Deliy’s has been using. The top line of text reads, “The spot where men can blow off steam,” which is kind of ironic considering that part of the delivery health system is that the customer provides his own room. The bottom is simply Deliy’s written in Japanese script.
Police arrested Shiraishi and his associates on suspicion of trademark violation.
Source: 47 News
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