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Man arrested for abducting, sexually molesting teenage boy in car

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Police in Sapporo, Hokkaido, have arrested a 46-year-old man on suspicion of abducting and sexually molesting a teenage boy in his car.

According to police, Daisuke Morinaga, a company employee, became acquainted with the boy on a social media site and arranged to meet him outside a convenience store on Wednesday at around 4 p.m., Kyodo News reported.

Morinaga persuaded the boy to get into his car and drove around for about 30 minutes, during which time he allegedly sexually molested him.

Morinaga let the boy out at another spot. The boy then contacted his mother who notified police.

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Despicable sexual predator of children. Lock the trash up for good.

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Prison for life if guilty

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Nasty fetish to have old dirty 46 mid age man…. Time for you to get castrated and sent to the gulags for your crimes.

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Stranger danger on wheels.

Daisuke Morinaga, if convicted must be made an example of.

These perverts are a menace, the education system must warn of the dangers these predators represent.

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Henna’ Oji’san des’

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Despicable sexual predator of children

Wr don’t know that. He vould be just a molester in general. The boy could be 19 for all we know.

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If the boy/teenager is of an age that the act is deemed to be consensual, then this thread and alleged abduction would not exist.

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Itsonlyrockandroll,

Your comment seems correct! But why did the boy tell his mother about his experience......
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"Morinaga let the boy out at another spot. The boy then contacted his mother who notified the police."

-3 ( +0 / -3 )

Well the kid did his part to establish an online relationship with the guy, then agreed to meet him, AND willingly got in the car.

The molester is still a creep, but the kid walked right into that one.

-3 ( +4 / -7 )

How awful. Sexual assaults happen too much and too often.

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Gallows for sexual abusers..

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Definitely sick needs some help

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Stephen Chin

Hi, I wasn't aware the lad spoke to his Mother, and in all honestly my ad noc comment was speculative.

I can only assume the boy had a close trusting relationship with his mother. So could open up to his Mother in regard to this alleged offence.

Tellingly the police have publicly named the man without any presumption of innocence.

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l0l

like real life “boku no pico” anime but without the kidnapping part

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Not exactly kidnapped, just lacking a better term. I don't know what kind of force could have been applied considering the perp was driving. Kid has his wang out, for sure, and was mostly honest when his mum asked him what he'd been up to.

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moonbloomToday 02:00 am JST

Well the kid did his part to establish an online relationship with the guy, then agreed to meet him, AND willingly got in the car.

The molester is still a creep, but the kid walked right into that one.

So the boy deserves to be sexually assaulted because he had the poor judgement of a teenager.

Well.

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TrappedToday 08:14 am JST

Not exactly kidnapped, just lacking a better term. I don't know what kind of force could have been applied considering the perp was driving. Kid has his wang out, for sure, and was mostly honest when his mum asked him what he'd been up to.

I would truly like to know what is going on with all the men in this forum who are literally making excuses for men who sexually assault children. Maybe you can explain yourself.

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The teen boy was not abducted. He met the man online and arranged to meet him at a certain spot, and he got into the car willingly.

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Stephen ChinToday 09:14 am JST

The teen boy was not abducted. He met the man online and arranged to meet him at a certain spot, and he got into the car willingly.

Yet

*The police have arrested a 46-year-old man on suspicion of abducting and sexually molesting a teenage boy in his car.*

The number of people posting on this forum who seem to think teenagers are responsible for their own abductions and sexual assaults is disgusting. It makes me wonder if you aren't all the same one horrible person making multiple posts just to troll. The mods should look into that.

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A Male abducted a young male person for sexual gratification? I don't understand this at all. Does not make any sense to me. WTF?! What's he thinking?

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became acquainted with the boy on a social media site and arranged to meet him outside a convenience store on Wednesday at around 4 p.m.,

Lock the sicko up.

But, why would a teenage boy agree to meet a strange man in the first place? What benefit would that be?

Dumb choices, son.

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"Morinaga persuaded the boy to get into his car and drove around for about 30 minutes, during which time he allegedly sexually molested him."

sneaky, ol dirty bastard, pervert...he'll be out in while to repeat ;because no sex offender roster, like in America America now has public data bases available on such criminals too , in America he could get 10 years, and tore up and raped in a US prison; compare that.

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Police in Sapporo, Hokkaido, have arrested a 46-year-old man on suspicion of abducting and sexually molesting a teenage boy in his car.

This is unhelpful lazy reporting, sadly not atypical of this publication. Depending on the age of the victim here, 'boy' may be appropriate in terms of the law (if he is aged 13-17) or pruriently misleading (if aged 18 or 19). If he is the latter, 'molesting another man' would be better.

In any case, though, as girl_in_tokyo is at pains correctly to point out, it is entirely unacceptable to blame a victim of sexual assault for 'asking for it/'walking into it' (sic) based on their behaviour and/or appearance prior to the assault. The only person responsible and culpable for sexual assaulting another is the assaulting party.

Aged 15, I accepted a lift from an adult (aged at least 50, maybe even 60) who sexually assaulted me before allowing me to leave the vehicle. At one point I thought I was about to be murdered. It was not my fault, and I didn't report it because I was embarrassed, but I am still troubled by it today. (The same thing happened to at least 3 female friends of mine.)

A culture of 'victim shaming' is a culture enabling of evil and has a lot to answer for.

TT

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A company employee? What kind of company? A law firm? A waste disposal site? A supermarket?

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Regardless of boys age and arrangement, this guy is a sick psycho and should be locked up for life. Unfortunately, legal system in most countries have the purpose to protect criminals against getting bashed or killed by victims relatives, but merely has thoughts of real justice and fairness considering the life time impact victim has to suffer.

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What I have learned over time spent in Japan that smart phone are hard to obtain for under 18 unless issue by a Parent. So A promise of a smartphone to a minor as high value for these sicko to entice the victim to meet and to advance their grooming. If I ever came cross such a person he would be dead and me in gaol for a long time. I would loss it and once that level is reach I couldn’t spot until the perpetrator show no life or some blokes pulling me of him. Because I myself was a victim when I was 10.

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That was fast

Probably 'cause it's not a girl?

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> KanseiConsortiumFeb. 25  02:38 am JST

How awful. Sexual assaults happen too much and too often.

And yet some of you are trying to 'justify' or say that the teen boy 'knew what he was getting into' or 'had it coming'. That's crap. Rape is rape, period. The victim was not willing and too young for consent. The driver is a pervert and a creep. How much simpler or more obvious can you get?

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