Police Hunt Man For Walking in Street


Osaka police are hunting a man for walking on the same street as a schoolgirl, whilst wearing a mask.

The police advisory warns that an Osaka middle school girl was unfortunate enough to encounter a suspicious man as she was on her way home at 6PM.

She reported the man, helpfully describing him as “over 20, of medium build, with short black hair and wearing a black sweater, white gloves and a white mask.”

Police advise the public to dial 110 should they see this man or any other suspicious persons, and to carry emergency buzzers.


Osaka police’s famous advisories are fast becoming the stuff of legend:

“So it’s finally come to this.”

“What a horrible world we live in.”

“What a dangerous individual!”

“You lot!”

“So now just walking down the street is suspicious…”

“You can’t even walk in the street with a mask now?”

“He was reported for wearing winter clothes?”

“You’ll be reported just for breathing in public…”

“At least write what it was that was suspicious about them.”

“White gloves are a little suspicious.”

“It doesn’t actually say if he was wearing trousers.”

“Just how are you supposed to avoid being reported?”

“So now just being a man is a crime.”

“At least they aren’t exposing their faces online yet.”

“What are we, Jews living under the Third Reich?”

“The UN ought to investigate Japan’s discrimination against men.”

“This girl is going to be busy falsely accusing men of groping her on the train when grows up, isn’t she?”

“Oh come on, he obviously just had a cold.”

“Why don’t those useless human rights whiners actually do something about this stuff.”

“You could always try dressing up as a woman.”

“Where is this country headed…”

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