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The Knucklehead of the Day award

Today's winner is Tomoyuki Mitsui. He gets the award for the following.

KASHIWA, Chiba -- A professional bicycle racer has been arrested for breaking into a high school here in an attempt to molest members of the school's volleyball club who were staying there for a training camp, police said.

Tomoyuki Mitsui, 33, from Daisen, Akita Prefecture, stands accused of trespassing. He admitted to the allegations during questioning.

"I sneaked into the school in order to molest girls," Mitsui was quoted as telling investigators.

At around 2 a.m. on Sunday, Mitsui sneaked into one of the buildings of Kashiwa Municipal High School, where its female volleyball club members were sleeping, through an unlocked second-floor window, local police said.

One of the members noticed Mitsui, and alerted the club's coach by sending an e-mail to his mobile phone. Four teachers overpowered Mitsui.

As Japundit wrote- "Why be considered a mere burglar when you can voluntarily have yourself put away as a sex offender" Yes that have all of us scratching our heads as to why also, but one thing is certain. Tomoyuki Mitsui is today's Knucklehead of the Day.


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Comments (7)

What an idiot. You'll be h... (Below threshold)
Adam:

What an idiot. You'll be hard pressed to find a knucklehead to top this for a while.

Kind of weird -- an honest pervert.

I can see why you're a Demo... (Below threshold)
P. Bunyan:

I can see why you're a Democrat Bill, what with thinking that telling the truth makes someone a "knucklehead of the day".

Now if a Democrat politician were to actually tell the truth, they would be a knucklehead as it would be political suicide, but for an average person, even a criminal, not so much.

Hell, every time I've been caught committing a crime (although only civil infractions) I have always been completely honest and I've gotten away with a warning almost every time.

I'm not saying speeding is in any way equivalent to molestation, just that I find it hard to fault someone for being honest.

What is it with the Japanes... (Below threshold)
Minturn:

What is it with the Japanese and schoolgirls?

Minturn - "What is it w... (Below threshold)
marc:

Minturn - "What is it with the Japanese and schoolgirls?"

You have to ask?

Opps... my seven years living there is showing.

I agree, why knucklehead of... (Below threshold)
Mark B:

I agree, why knucklehead of the day for admitting your intentions? I'd call him a knucklehead for breaking into the school, but I actually admire him for being honest when he got caught!

Perversion probably carries... (Below threshold)
Baron Von Ottomatic:

Perversion probably carries a lighter sentence in Japan than burglary.

You wonder why he admitted ... (Below threshold)
SPQR:

You wonder why he admitted it? People don't seem to realize that Japan's criminal justice system is not like ours. Japan's police are allowed to really lean on people, they can hold people incommunicado in custody for days, and they have other tactics available to them and as a result they get almost all crimes "solved" by confession.

Guantanamo Bay is more pleasant than being in custody in Japan - seriously.




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