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Tuesday, 05 October 2010 09:40

Microsoft employee accused of groping teen

Written by Nick Farell
microsoft

Train shame
A Microsoft employee was arrested for groping a schoolgirl on a JR Kobe line train bound for Osaka.

It is claimed that Shingo Mihara, who works at Japan's Kansai branch apparently put his hand in an opening of the 16-year-old schoolgirl's blouse.

However the girl in question was not one to take this and apparently grabbed him, forced him from the train and turned him over to Inspector Knacker. Mihara apologised to the girl but told police he grabbed her body not her boobs.

Men gropping women is a problem in Osaka and the city was one of the first cities in Japan to create "women-only" train carriages  because men could not keep their paws to themselves.

Meanwhile the local press is beating a path to Microsoft's door to find out what action it will take against its employee.


Nick Farell

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