Maritime Self-Defense Forces arrested on suspicion of body fluids September 24 18:12
This month, the Yokohama District Public Prosecutor's Office was not charged with the Maritime Self-Defense Forces arrested for applying body fluid to a woman on the campus of Yokohama Station.
Maritime Self-Defense Force's 47-year-old 1st-class ridge was arrested by the police on suspicion of assault as he applied his body fluid to a woman standing in front of an escalator at the Yokohama station on the Keikyu Line this month. .
According to the police, he explained to the investigation that "the body fluid was in the syringe".
The Yokohama District Public Prosecutor's Office was not charged with this first-class ridge on the 24th. Prosecutors have not revealed the detailed reason for the non-prosecution.
According to the Maritime Self-Defense Force, the first-class ridge was a crew member of the ocean observation book "Nichinan", but it was out of duty after the incident.