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76-year-old man arrested for beating daughter

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Police in Hakodate, Hokkaido, have arrested a 76-year-old man on suspicion of assaulting his daughter, who is in her 40s, at their home.

According to police, the incident occurred at around 5:50 p.m. Monday, local media reported. Police said they received a call from a woman who said her husband was drunk and was beating their daughter.

The man is accused of grabbing his daughter by the hair after they argued, and then punching her face several times with his fists. The daughter suffered an injury to her mouth, police said.

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76-year-old man arrested for beating daughter

Never to old to do domestic violence!

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drunk

There you have it.

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Another coward!

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Scum and a coward. Hope he is thrown in prison and has a miserable end of his days.

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Probably just the latest in a long line of previous indiscretions.

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Do you still beat your (insert relative of choice)?

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loaded_question

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her husband was drunk and was beating their daughter.

And there's the classic defense.

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who is going to take care of him after he become dementia and sick ?.

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Poor woman, must have had no choice but to live with this abusive father till this day... unfortunately being brought up by a toxic parent greatly affects all aspects of your personality and life, they also always try to make you grow weak, dependant and unable to find your place in society and thus get to become strong, individual, independent and happy so no wonder such an old man is still beating his daughter who might be as well the one who could beat him instead. The mother must have been closing her eyes on all beating till this day which was probably the worst among all the days... i pray the daughter is healthy, put far away from her parents in some facility and never sees her father ever again and finds happiness some day.

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