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3 behaviors that Japanese girls may consider you as pervert on crowded train

We all know that there are many perverts in Japan, and they like to touch girls’ breasts or butts secretly on a crowded train.  Fuji TV journalists interviewed some women about what behaviors men do would be considered the act of indecent assault.

Before I talk about what behaviors men do on the train may be considered as a sign of being a pervert, according to the interview, 80% of the interviewees admitted that they have the difficulty in telling whether a man who touches their sensitive parts, on a crowded train, is a real pervert or not.

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⇓⇓⇓The pie chart below shows 80% of the interviewees have the difficulty in judging whether a man who touches them is a real pervert or not.

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Now let me talk about what behaviors Japanese women think you may be a pervert on the train!

⇓⇓⇓First, if  your foot is placed between a women’s leg, even if you are reluctant or not,  many of them consider it is non-sense. ( But it does happen always in Tokyo if it is super crowded as you can’t move your feet so easily)

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⇓⇓⇓ Second. if you change your hand to carry your bag behind a girl who stands very close to you, Japanese girls may consider you are a pervert as you may want to touch their butt by moving your hand  with the excuse of changing your hand for holding your bag.

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⇓⇓⇓Third, If you raise your bag behind a girl on the crowded train, as the bag touches the butt of the girl while moving, many of the interviewees feel disgusted, and unacceptable.

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To be honest, on the crowded train, it is hard to avoid touching someone’s body,  but just be more careful and aware of women around you,  and raise your hands always, to make sure that you are innocent.

Why Japanese women don’t like drinking with their co-workers after work.

Watch this video on you-tube here! 

 

Source: https://news.gamme.com.tw/1498386

 

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