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Maritime Officer Disciplined for Using Syringe to Spray Woman with Bodily Fluid

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A disgusting change from all the coronavirus news.

A 48-year-old officer of Japan’s Maritime Self Defense Force has been disciplined in connection with an incident in which he used a bodily fluid to assault a woman.

According to the Yokosuka District office of Japan’s Maritime Self Defense Force (Japan’s equivalent of the navy), the incident in question occurred on September 2nd of 2019 at Yokohama Station on the Keikyu train line.

Reports state that at about 4:55 p.m., 47-year-old (now 48) Maritime Self Defense Force Lieutenant Yuichi Naito used a syringe to spray a bodily fluid onto the clothes of a woman that was standing ahead of him on an upward moving escalator inside the train station.

Reports fail to specify whether said bodily fluid was produced by Naito himself, but this seems likely. Reports also do not state exactly what kind of bodily fluid Naito filled the syringe with. Japanese language reports use the word taieki, which literally translates to “bodily fluid” but is often used to indirectly refer to semen.

It should also be stated that reports do not indicate whether the syringe Naito used had a metal needle or was all plastic.

An article published on the day of the incident states that after Naito sprayed the 24-year-old woman she reported what had happened to a train station employee. The employee then called the police and they arrested Naito under suspicion of assault. The report states that Naito and the woman did not know each other.

In regards to his actions Naito is reported to have said “I couldn’t control myself.”

On May 11 it was announced that Naito was suspended for four months from his duties.

Source: Kanaloco (September 2, 2019), Kanaloco, Sankei News
Image: Pixabay

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