Hey there, orgy girl: Coitus on the kosoku

Naigai Times July 10

At around 10:30 a.m. on June 7, police forced a sightseeing bus on the Kanetsu Expressway in the lane headed away from Tokyo to pull over to the roadside. When they boarded, the cops were treated to the sight of blushing, semi-dressed passengers.

“He was in his underwear,” says one of the officers, describing Toru Kizaki, a 54-year-old TV script writer. Kizaki was arrested on charges of public indecency along with Yoshiko Yamazaki (37), who is currently unemployed.

Kizaki is denying the charges.

According to Naigai Times (July 10), the chartered bus, whose destination was a hot springs resort in Gunma Prefecture, was being used to host orgies.

The 12 passengers on board were apparently patrons of a happening bar in Shinjuku named “Mask.” Its proprietor, Yasushi Takeda, age 47, and Takeda’s wife were also arrested on charges of complicity.

Patrons at happening bars are encouraged let loose with their libidinous urges, disrobing and coupling with people of the same or different gender as other customers look on in curiosity or envy.

The cost to participate in this daylong swinging bus tour was reported to be 15,000 yen for males and 3,000 yen for females.

Over the past two years the orgy express reportedly made a total of seven runs, with the onboard activities described as similar to those occurring at Takeda’s happening bar.

Naigai Times does not explain how the police learned of the existence of the orgy bus, but apparently no attempt was made by the organizer to require the passengers to close the curtains or make other efforts to conceal the goings-on. (K.S.)

Source: “Seiboso jittai, ranko basu tsuaa,” Naigai Times (July 10, page 4)

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