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Tokyo fire station staffer accused of using hand mirror to view up skirt of woman

CHIBA (TR) – Chiba Prefectural Police have arrested a fire station staff member for allegedly using a mirror to look up the skirt of a woman in Matsudo City on Monday, reports Nippon News Network (Aug. 6).

At around 1:00 p.m., Katsunori Hashimoto, a 48-year-old staff member at the Kanda Fire Department in Tokyo, allegedly came up from behind the woman, aged in her 20s, inside a book store and inserted the hand mirror up her skirt.

Hashimoto, who has been accused of violating a prefectural ordinance regarding being a public nuisance, denies the allegations. “I didn’t do it,” the suspect was quoted by police.

A staff member at the Kanda Fire Station allegedly inserted a mirror up the skirt of a woman in Chiba Prefecture on Monday (Twitter)

Police arrested Hashimoto after another saw him behaving suspiciously and apprehended him at the scene.

“We are confirming the facts [of the case],” a representative of the Tokyo Fire Department was quoted.