89 JKs Nabbed by Pantsu Cyber-Patrol


Schoolgirls hawking their pantsu online are the target of a new national “cyber-patrol” crackdown by police.

Concerned by the “new” forms of pseudo-prostitution which have become popular online over the last decade, police are instituting a cyber-patrol program to hunt down schoolgirls selling their underwear and engaged in other criminal antics online.

Police say several prefectures have been running an trial of the scheme for several years, and now they are finally prepared to operate nationally.

Boasting of their success, police from 10 prefectures say they took custody of 97 minors in 5 months, 89 of them being girl “victims” of child prostitution and pornography related offences.

33 of these girls were selling their bodies in “enjo kousai” prostitution schemes, 53 were selling various articles of underwear online, and 3 were enterprisingly engaged in both.

48% of them were previously victims of perpetrating similar crimes – demonstrating just how effective a deterrent police handling has proven – and included one 15-year-old boy who was looking to procure rather than supply the services of schoolgirls.

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    Avatar of Hayate
    Comment by Hayate
    14:43 10/10/2013 # ! Good (+0.5)

    its wrong to sell them, its wrong to buy them. But is is legal to keep the pantsu as 'evidence'...

    Avatar of Anonymous
    Comment by Anonymous
    19:03 10/10/2013 # ! Good (+0.6)

    It's like they say, go work for Japanese police if you can, and apply for the tech worker, you get to check all these shady websites, all the porn tapes, all the evidence, and your excuse is always "it's my job", not only you get access to best stuff without consequence, but you also stop the competition.

    Comment by Anonymous
    04:51 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    That's how it works in the NSA. It's basically just a bunch of assholes watching the largest data bank of child porn and etc. in the world.

    Comment by Anonymous
    09:33 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    I know you're jealous because I AM

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:41 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Yeah, I hope you're into guro too if you take that job...

    Comment by Anonymous
    02:19 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)


    Comment by Anonymous
    22:47 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Just remember : don't sniff it in public

    Comment by Anonymous
    20:49 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Or the most horrible shit you would never want to watch. Remember It is their job to check stuff out they don't like.

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:58 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Except it shouldn't be wrong to sell them.

    The pigs just have too much time on their hands. If the girls parents don't want them to sell them, its their problem and theirs alone.

    Comment by Anonymous
    13:14 12/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Believe it or not, in most parts of the world selling unwashed panties is illegal because they are considered a biohazard. Because you don't know which of these hoes have chlamydia and other commonly carried STDs. And brother, Japanese girls are SWARMING with chlamydia. Think I'm lying? Google it.

    Comment by Anonymous
    02:03 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Hayate, no, it is not wrong. It's past time to realize that these girls do not want nor need to be 'protected' by society and move on!

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:26 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    Wow. . .the Japanese Pervert Police is actually doing the right thing for once!
    Oh and what part of UNDERAGE do certain Anon posters not understand? These are real life girls, not drawn lolicon!

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:33 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Well, your people went after the drawn version, so now you're reaping the rewards. Perhaps it's wisest not to try and dam psychic currents when you've got settlements in the way.

    Comment by Ryuhouji
    16:31 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    All right you fucking numbskulls. OPEN IMAGE IN NEW TAB then ZOOM IN, one is 18yo, the other is 23 year old. Fuck all y'all. nothing here suggests children are doing anything. I* got my sick ass up out of bed just to point that out to all of you, so PLEASE suck my dick.

    Comment by Anonymous
    17:00 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Riight, because obviously teenagers never lie about their age to get on age-restricted websites.

    Comment by Ryuhouji
    00:12 26/02/2014 # ! Neutral (0)

    I sure as hell did. But that just proves one thing, they wanted it, they should accept the consequences.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:30 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Protecting the underage is about protecting innocence. Unless these girls are being pimped or trafficked, they're selling themselves and their panties of their own accord, which means they have abandoned their innocence. Calling these girls "victims" is both an insult to actual sex crime victims and amazingly naive, as shown by the recidivism rates.

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:05 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Would you do the thing the are doing? If you wouldn't, that means they are probably relatively worse off than you anyway, therefore relative victims already. You can reason about the other part of the alternative better yourself.

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    Comment by Conduit
    05:41 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Most of the enjo kosai girls come from middle class families, they sell their bodies for the sake of having spending cash to buy expensive designer clothes and accessories. These aren't girls living on the street or trying to support their 5 younger brothers and sisters, they're money grubbing whores, plain and simple.

    Comment by Anonymous
    02:04 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Bullshit, Anonymous. That is like calling women who get into the escort services as 'victims'. It's bullcrap and it is past time to move on.


    Comment by Anonymous
    02:16 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    @02:04 11/10/2013

    This would be commendable if it was equally strict about violence.

    Comment by Anonymous
    03:48 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    @02:25 11/10/2013

    That's a brilliant example, yet there's (probably) an unintentional twist to it. Namely, it kind of sounds like you're counting homosexual people as excluded from society first thing.

    Comment by Anonymous
    02:25 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Pfft! you mean the society that used to put female hormones in homosexual people but couldn't bother to check the effects? effects like suicide? If it is not an actual threat to the "minors" then the police is victimizing those "minors". What part of this endangers the minors? Do you really believe the nonsense that society says when it claims to save minors?

    Comment by Anonymous
    21:03 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    @Conduit: That's right "most", but not ALL.
    People should stop bitching about how they're not really a victim or w/e, because young girls who are forced into doing these things does exist.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:30 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (+0.2)

    So instead of fighting Real Crimes(not the ones by the paying Yakuza) they have to find other, minor Offenses which they can turn into a nice Witch-hunt to prove their own worth?.

    Hell sounds almost like the Police in "INSER YOUR COUNTRY HERE", just even more useless.

    Comment by Anonymous
    17:10 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Well, it was either this or sitting around a corner and tagging people with speeding tickets. Heck, this job you can even do from the comfort of your own home!

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:07 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    And while searching for these horrible criminals, you can also do some right hand workout at the same time...and get paid doing so!

    Comment by Anonymous
    01:14 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    While would be perfect, but actually it's more like it's frozen, even if it's quite a lot.

    Comment by Anonymous
    23:29 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Not all divisions in the police force are responsible for fighting organized crime. Newbie investigators have to start off somewhere, preferably where they won't get shot and thrown under a bridge for a simple mistake.

    Comment by Anonymous
    08:47 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    japan is raising a generation of internet whores and sad, lonely, and disgusting perverts,lol

    Avatar of Conduit
    Comment by Conduit
    05:45 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    So wait, are police actually going to start prosecuting the prosti-tots now? Or is just more of the same, arrest the john, while letting the hooker go free?

    Comment by Anonymous
    09:01 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    "victims of perpetrating similar crimes"

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:49 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    These girls are clearly not innocent, and calling them victims doesn't fit either. Maybe prostitutes in training?

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:30 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Sorry, im new... What does "JK" stand for? I can't figure it out.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:22 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    nvm, 女学生 JogaKosei... JK

    I kept thinking "J"=Japanese, "K"= ???.

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:45 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Junior High Schooler.

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    Comment by Daniel Park
    04:00 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    "one 15-year-old boy who was looking to procure rather than supply the services of schoolgirls"

    Fighting the Good Fight.

    Comment by Anonymous
    13:08 12/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    I swear Japanese are stupid... or just too xenophobic for their own good. In most of Japan's internet related crime cases they could have avoid being arrested by simply using foreign VPN, hosting, email & banking services, to make it too difficult for the yakuza task force to pursue legal action.

    Comment by Anonymous
    05:14 12/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    I knew the Japanese police would sniff 'em out.

    Comment by Anonymous
    22:59 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    "This is the cyberpolice, you've just been backtraced! You dun' goofed, consequences will never be the same!".

    Avatar of Pyrus
    Comment by Pyrus
    14:31 17/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Sounds like the police now have an [legal sounding] excuse for picking up young girls & taking them to the station: "We saw your AD online young lady. We're taking you to the precinct for further investigation and questioning regarding your illegal activities."

    Comment by Anonymous
    10:03 16/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    quit stopping people trying to make cash.

    Comment by Anonymous
    14:05 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    "it's my job"

    It's actually the law, which allows them to commit crime to "prevent" crime. Sadly, no cop anywhere (well I sure haven't seen anything anywhere about this) is preventing anything. They are just abusing their power and earning from committed crimes. For example, just recently a law has been passed in my country, which allows cops to confiscate anything they like, no matter if it's related to crime or not. Just like in Soviet Union era. And one other law got just declined. The law was trying to set a higher allowed age limit for sex and to actually start preventing access to cp. They are all badly needed here. Fucking hate my country. Sb please drop a nuke on us.

    But this is what's being human is all about. Kill or get killed.

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:51 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Ummm.. They are chasing the girls who sell the panties etc... possibly justifiable
    Are they chasing the sad fucks who are buying them???

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:02 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    I really don't get the point of having someone's dirty underwear.

    Comment by Anonymous
    11:59 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    You are either trolling or very young... The smell of a woman's privates is the single most erotic thing in the universe for heterosexual males.

    Comment by Anonymous
    02:12 13/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    and lesbians

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:50 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    There's nothing like the scent of a woman...

    Comment by Anonymous
    19:30 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    i dunno mon, my dick smells funky nice

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    Comment by Kaarme
    18:07 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    I reckon only a pervert would buy used underwear in a first world country, but can there really be a law against it? Selling used ware of other types, unless specifically forbidden or restricted (like guns, explosive devices) ought to be quite legal. Maybe the National Diet of Japan did pass a law forbidding selling of used underwear. Haha. It wouldn't probably be the strangest law in that country.

    But then again, based on Sankaku articles, Japan is full of laws so ambiguous the police can accuse anybody of a crime when it suits their needs.

    Comment by Anonymous
    15:22 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    So, do i get 48% damage reduction for my precure? ^^

    Comment by Anonymous
    17:50 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Would you prefer 48% now, two installments of accumulative 36% later, or 162% when you don't really need it anymore?

    Comment by Anonymous
    18:30 10/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    72% / 2 (are you refering to the "riding boots"?)
    =130%. the hard-cap usually is at 85%
    162% . the hard-cap usually is at 85%

    Comment by Anonymous
    12:26 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    the originial poster does not need to hear that from you

    Comment by Anonymous
    00:12 11/10/2013 # ! Neutral (0)

    Don't just look at caps, consider collectibility, inflation and dissipation.

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