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Man arrested for pouring urine from PET bottle on girl

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Police in Tokyo's Mizuhomachi area have arrested a 20-year-old man for pouring urine from a PET bottle on a 14-year-old girl earlier this month.

Police identified the suspect as Yuya Imamura, a former vocational school student, TBS reported Friday. Police said that on Oct 1, Imamura rode his bicycle behind the girl as she was walking home and then poured the PET bottle over her head.

Police said Imamura has admitted to the charge and said it relieved his stress when he threw the urine over the girl. Police are questioning him about five similar incidents in the area.

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To get off on this sort of thing you have to be a sad, lonely loser of such epic proportions it is simply not even fathomable to even the most lowly members of society.

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Common as dirt.

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REAL CLASSY.

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@ Combini - Well said

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Can I go Whoop this guys a$$? Selfish POS.

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Someone should give him a golden shower....in prison

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Lets pray he gets the help he needs and is not just thrown back into the society after a stern warning.

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Unfortunately the J-Government / society does not seem to put a priority on preventing mental issues from developing. There are very few family councilors for schools and families in general to help people cope with life's trauma. I know a few people that would welcome a talk to a third party councilor but don't want to go to a hospital. For now a lot of the parents want to talk to me about sending their kids outside of Japan for schooling since they feel their kids cannot cope with the pressures of the standard "bullying" school system.

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This is what ... the fourth urine-throwing incident in so many months? Is it a club activity or something? Something from a new video game?

If it's a way to mark territory, it's a little lazy to throw it, in any case.

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Police in Tokyo have arrested a 20-year-old SOB for pouring urine from a PET bottle on a defenseless 14-year-old girl.

Keep him and those who did similar acts quarantined. Transmission of bodily fluids is a serious issue these days.

Send this box of hair, bodily samples to the j-version of the CDC to check for viruses, don't wait for this scum bag's and other who do this crap; germs to become airborne.

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taking the piss

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" Police said Imamura has admitted to the charge and said it relieved his stress "

Wth?? How in the world does that relieve stress?? I am trying to wrap my head about that.

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He and the hordes like him in Japan need to exiled to a penile (sic) colony. Not like there's any lack of islands. If they want to go all Hunger Games on one another, all the better. Siberia, Australia, as I age, I think those were good ideas. I just came back from downtown Kobe and I swear the number of drooling perverts and the mentally handicapped increase by the week.

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//Mizuhomachi

Nor exactly mizu...then again in the West he probably would have killed her.

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this guy needs to see a shrink cus this is not normal behaviour

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Why is "pet" bottle an important part of this article. If it had been a Styrofoam cup would it be any different? Peepee is peepee desune!

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This guy is really sick. Glad we have strict gun control in Japan.

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Sorry but this is just hilarious, it's like something you'd make up in an SNL sketch, the guy who relieves stress by throwing urine at women.

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Has this perverted beast been caught yet?

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Weird. Poor girl.

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It's a good thing JT is so diligent in pointing out the material of the urine containment vessel! If this relieves stress, he should try fishing

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Throwing pee on girls? Ur-in a lot of trouble, buddy!

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