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Man Arrested in Nagoya for Attempting to Make Friends by Showing Buttocks in Convenience Store

NAGOYA, Jan 13 (News On Japan) - A man wearing stockings with a slit up the middle has been arrested for showing his buttocks to a male store clerk at a convenience store in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture.

Police received a phone call from the store manager, saying, "A man in stockings came into the store."

According to police, an individual wearing only black stockings on the lower half of his body entered the convenience store at around 4:30 AM on December 2nd last year.

After wandering around the store, he stopped opposite the cash register and bent over, peering into the product shelves, showing his backside to the 24-year-old male store clerk.

Then... shaking his hips left and right, he revealed a slit up the middle of his stockings that exposed his bare butt.

Police arrested a 48-year-old company employee, who admitted to the allegations, saying, "I thought we could become friends by showing my butt, so I gave it shot."

Source: 日テレNEWS

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