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Man assaults woman, steals her underwear in Sapporo

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Police in Sapporo are looking for a man who assaulted a woman and stole her underwear as she was walking home.

According to police, the incident occurred at around 2 a.m. Saturday. Hokkaido Broadcasting Corp reported that the woman, who is in her 20s, told police she was walking home alone in a residential area when a man came up behind her. She said he grabbed her, put his hand up her skirt and removed her underwear. He groped her and then ran away with her panties.

Police said they are examining street surveillance camera footage to try and identify the man. He is described as being in his 40s or 50s, about 160-170 cms tall, of medium build and was wearing a black jacket and cap.

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Laundry now is not enough for those weirdos? They really want something "fresh"?

Also that victim, while doing reporting, really did reporting to officer without underwear? Beside that officer in charge at that time, really want to see that proof?

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Underwear steal in national headlines..

Proving again and again that Japan is one of the most safest countries in the world..

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Porn socializes young boys to develop into perverted creeps like this.

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he groped her and then ran away with her panties

serial attackers like to keep trophies of their victims so i guess this guy has done it before...

loads of times!!

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Michael CorleoneToday  11:42 am JST

he groped her and then ran away with her panties

serial attackers like to keep trophies of their victims so i guess this guy has done it before...

loads of times!!

There was his freak in my home city who had a fetish for boy's socks. When the cops finally busted into his home, he had several such pairs of boy's socks hanging on a Christmas tree,

Once usually isn't enough so they keep on doing it until they get caught.

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His mate was probably recording it from the bushes for his Insta.

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TokyoLiving

Underwear steal in national headlines..

Proving again and again that Japan is one of the most safest countries in the world..

Or one of the weirdest. ;-)

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What another stupid comment from TokyoLiving. His opinion is of no comfort to the young lady who was probably terrified, traumatized or even possibly injured in this obscene crime.

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tamanegi

What another stupid comment from TokyoLiving.

He/she was simply stating a fact. This sort of thing would never make it into the headlines in your country.

His opinion is of no comfort to the young lady who was probably terrified, traumatized or even possibly injured in this obscene crime.

The young lady does not read the readers section of this site, nor does she need it for comfort.

We really do not need virtue signaling here.

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He pulled her underwear all the way off...wow.

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His mate was probably recording it from the bushes for his Insta.

That is exactly what they do, except they don't upload to Insta, they upload to porn sites, which inspires the next rash of attacks.

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Porn socializes young boys to develop into perverted creeps like this.

Lots of boys watch porn and end up fine.

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Lots of boys watch porn and end up fine.

All you need are a few creeps to ruin a lot of lives.

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TokyoLivingMay 5 09:19 am JST

Underwear steal in national headlines..

Proving again and again that Japan is one of the most safest countries in the world..

Yeah, you would think that. It's pretty clear that you have a very low bar for what you would consider sexual assault.

Imagine if this woman came home from work and told her husband about being groped on the way home, and he says, "Only groped? WOW - See how safe Japan is!"

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This is so weird & strange yet you know afterwards he was going to Sniff / Smell those panties and probably rub them all over his face, then sell them to some other weirdo....

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