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My goodness. I haven't seen a streaker at a rugby game since the 1970s when it was quite common, as I recall.

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LOL! Hilarious

He’s in a koban now too.

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wanna see him try that in prison

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Spare a thought for the kids there man..

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indecent exposure and public nudity....

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His World Cup is over....

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Is that legal in Japan?

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Never felt the urge to streak at any time.

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Spare a thought for the kids there man..

They're the ones who find it funniest.

Also, Japanese do not get very hung up on male nudity.

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By publishing photos of that behavior only goes to encourage it. Media should be ashamed of themselves. Also the streaker should be imprisoned.

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What? No tattoos?   And what is that bump on the back of his head?

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They're the ones who find it funniest.

Exactly that.

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As an Australian I apologise for "THIS IDIOTS" behaviour! The Australian "Culture" or "thier lack of" is on of the reasons I left there and I have no intentions of going back. He would consider himself to be a "Larikin" but he is a "disrespectful" , "brainless" YOBO! again Japan, APOLOGIES!

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in the US, people used to do stupid stuff like this all the time, but now he would be committing multiple felonies and labled as a sex offender for life, and if went to prison, would need to segregated from GP because of his "paper work"

I have no issue with it, but if there are kids in the stadium, kind of a weird thing to do.

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Also the streaker should be imprisoned.

For what crime?

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