Man, arrested for punching a pachinko employee for asking to wear a mask
HIROSHIMA – On the afternoon of March 12, a 64-year-old man was arrested at a pachinko parlor in Hiroshima City for striking a staff in the back with his fist.
Man, arrested for punching a pachinko employee for asking to wear a mask (TBS)
The suspect was caught red-handed on suspicion of assault.
According to the police, the man is suspected of punching a 46-year-old male employee in the back inside a pachinko parlor in Midorii, Asaminami Ward, Hiroshima City, at around 1:30 p.m. on March 12.
The two men did not know each other, and the male clerk who was punched said that the suspect was not wearing a mask, so he told him to put on a mask and he was punched.
On the other hand, the suspect said he had been drinking and “didn’t remember anything.”
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