Japan may be very pleased with its trains, and in some ways rightfully so. The nation has one of many cleanest, most dependable, and most handy rail networks to be discovered anyplace on the planet.
But it isn’t good, and the undeniably worst a part of prepare journey in Japan is the potential of encountering a chikan, or groper, onboard. Rail operators have tried varied countermeasures to try to forestall gropings, however the actions of 1 East Japan Railway Co (JR East) employee have been drawing criticism after a video taken at Shinjuku Station in downtown Tokyo on Aug 30 just lately went viral.
The video reveals a station employee on the platform of the Saikyo Line, which connects Tokyo with Saitama Prefecture, its neighbor to the north. Standing exterior a northbound prepare that’s about to depart, the employee, holding a handheld microphone and talking by means of the PA system, says:
“We have many security cameras installed, but there are many chikan. Passengers who do not want to be groped, please make use of the rear carriages.”
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