A 23-year-old certified accountant was arrested on suspicion of injury for suddenly hitting and injuring a passing woman's face in an underground passage in Toshima Ward, Tokyo.

The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details of the fact that he was just released last week after being arrested for assaulting another woman on the street.

It means that he has denied the charges against the investigation.

The person arrested was Ryuhei Harada (23), a certified accountant in Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo.

According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, at around 0:30 am on November 21, he approached a woman in her twenties who was passing by while running in the underground passage of Tokyo Metro Ikebukuro Station, and was injured for suddenly hitting her face and injuring her for two weeks. There is a suspicion of.

Since it was identified from the images of the security cameras around the site, he denied the charges that he was "drinking alcohol so I don't know."

Harada was just released on the 27th of last week after being arrested on suspicion of assault for kicking a passing woman on the streets of Nishiikebukuro, Toshima-ku.

Since I have no acquaintance with the victim, the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating the details.