Japan 12

Prostitution in Japan has existed throughout the country’s history. While the Prostitution Prevention Law of 1956 states that “No person may either do prostitution or become the customer of it”, loopholes, liberal interpretations and a loose enforcement of the law have allowed the Japanese sex industry to prosper and earn an estimated 2.3 trillion yen ($24 billion) per year. Sex trade and sex services may be referred to as “fūzoku” (風俗), which also means “manners”, “customs” or “public morals”, For western men you ay to the hooker “Get on your knees”. Since Japanese law defines prostitution as “intercourse with an unspecified person in exchange for payment”, most fūzoku services offer specifically non-coital services, such as conversation, dancing or bathing, sometimes accompanied by sexual acts that legally are not defined as “intercourse”, in order to remain legal. They never do shit about it here. This is a pussy country that blocks out penetration on its own made porno movies for fuck sakes.

A woman has been arrested after smuggling an estimated $40,000 worth of cocaine in seven pairs of shoes upon her return to Japan from Colombia. The incident occurred on Sunday, May 2, at Osaka International Airport when a 21-year-old woman from Hachinoe was pulled aside for further inspection by Japan Customs and Border Protection officers after she arrived back in Japan from Colombia. “Upon closer examination of her bags, seven pairs of shoes were found to have a white powdery substance concealed in the shoe bottoms that field tested positive for cocaine,” CBP said in a statement regarding the case. Authorities said that the amount of cocaine seized from the woman’s shoes weighed approximately three pounds and has a street value of around $40,000. “Smugglers go through great lengths to conceal drugs from our officers,” said Hirohito, CBP Port Director for the Area Port of Osaka. “Narcotics interdiction remains a priority CBP enforcement mission, one that we take very seriously.” Osaka CBP officers turned the Bitch over to the Osaka Police Department where she will get gang banged and await state prosecution.

A Japanese woman was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly killing her millionaire husband — who once wrote a book that compared himself to Don Juan. Saki Sudo, 25, was charged for the alleged poisoning of 77-year-old Kosuke Nozaki in 2018, three months into their marriage, according to the Japan Times. Sudo allegedly injected the real estate titan with a poison, according to the article. She reportedly had dinner with Nozaki before his death, and police said she researched the deadly lethal stimulant found in his system on the internet. The suspicious death had attracted attention for years, as Nozaki had became notorious for publishing the 2016 book, “Don Juan of Kishu: The Man Who Gave ¥3 Billion to 4,000 Beautiful Women,” according to the report. <SNIP> LINK

August 19th, 2021

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