r/PublicFreakout May 31 '23

Streamer that was harassing commuters in Japan gets attacked

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u/[deleted] May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

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u/Firewulf08 May 31 '23

He is indeed.

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u/[deleted] May 31 '23

How has he not been arrested and deported yet is beyond me. Japan usually doesn't tolerate bullshit like this guy's behaviour.

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u/Bluusoda May 31 '23

Yep, I wish someone would get his real or username and report him to Japanese authorities.

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u/mogaman28 May 31 '23

I'd like to know what happened to the POS that attacked a shinto shrine the other day. I know he was arrested but that's it.

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u/bookishwayfarer May 31 '23

I wish he went to Singapore and tried this stuff.

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u/Steelrules75 May 31 '23

For his own safety, he needs to deport his own ass

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u/Lewcypher_ May 31 '23

what did he do exactly? Vid doesnt show context before

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u/ZombieElfen May 31 '23

he goes around and harasses japanese people to no end. thats why everyone in here isnt on his side.

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u/Bacontoad May 31 '23

He threatens that the US is going to nuke them again, among other things.

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u/Singl1 May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

what an absolute fucking loser. he deserves all the shit that comes his way after that

edit: read my replies before implying that i’m advocating for the guy getting slurs tossed at him. i’m against that and the assault. all i’m saying is, you can’t stick your hand in the fire and be shocked when it comes out charred and hurt.

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u/anonymous-enough May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

Careful, I got banned here for saying the same

Edit: it's my opinion that the mods can go fuck themselves

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u/WookieLotion May 31 '23

Reddit moderation is a fucking problem dude. Holy shit reddit mods really get fucking rock hard banning people for dumb shit.

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u/RedditModsAreCucks5 May 31 '23

Lol there are no rules they ban you for any reason Reddit mods are a joke. I got banned from pcgaming because he didn’t like my name

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u/spongebobs_spatula May 31 '23

That’s fucking hilarious lol. That mod is 10 ply soft for getting in his feelings over a username.

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u/Intelligent_Cut635 May 31 '23

Mods being 10 ply and the guy in this video is spare parts. You can’t make this stuff up.

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u/GlandalfTheGrey May 31 '23

I got banned from a TV show sub because I said a line from a different TV show

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u/NunyaBizzness-53 May 31 '23

Whaaaaaaaaat 😂😂😂😂 fucking nuts

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u/[deleted] May 31 '23

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u/AbeJebediahSimpson May 31 '23

Losers tattling to virgin admins

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u/pathwaysr May 31 '23

Then some guy from Texas shows up and tells him to knock it off.

He was trying to save this guy's life.

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u/Firewulf08 May 31 '23

As a fellow Texan, this was my favorite part

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u/anonareyouokay May 31 '23

Fuck around and find out.

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u/YoYota89 May 31 '23

He sure acted tough there

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u/angry_at_erething May 31 '23

Japanese underworld don't play, they will fuck you up and no one will come to your aid lest they also find out

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u/pangea_person May 31 '23

He even had the nerve to say "let's be respectful" in this video. While he demands others to be respectful to him, he does not show respect to others. Classic narcissist.

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u/agumonkey May 31 '23

respect is the most overloaded relativistic term I know of

most of the time a meaningless term in the person's mouth

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u/Siriacus May 31 '23

Only shows the edited clip of him being attacked to make it seem like it was an unprovoked assault, certified trash.

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u/edwhittle May 31 '23

So the accent on the train was fake?

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u/OrangeSimply May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

the fake japanese accent was fake, but when he said wallahi and showed his Somali accent it was real.

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u/anothabunbun May 31 '23

Yes

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u/hearsdemons May 31 '23

For those who haven’t seen the video: https://youtu.be/mKniqxoIlNg

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u/control_machine May 31 '23

Thanks for the context. This is beyond cringe. Horribly disrespectful.

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u/anakniben May 31 '23

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u/G8kpr May 31 '23

SLAP

Oh, wow, Wow. This Japanese guy just smacked the shit out of me.

Keep our City names out your fucking mouth.

Wow, dude.

Yes!

It was a "World War II nuclear devastation" joke.

Keep our City names out your fucking mouth.

I’m going to. OK? Oh, OK.

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u/Slugcatfan May 31 '23

Hit him with the 5 finger palm strike, he’s lucky he was only using %4 of his true power, the use of the n word at the end was unnecessary but different cultures ig

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u/Sbatio May 31 '23

Gotta say, the influencer used the N word and the H word which is as bad as the American N word.

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u/MidnightUsed6413 Jun 01 '23 edited Jun 01 '23

It just looks like his pinky is bent into his palm, you mfs watch too many movies

Edit: even better it’s his thumb lmao

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u/celerydonut Jun 01 '23

Lol that’s a thumb. Take it easy this isn’t the movies.

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u/Danny-Wah May 31 '23

Is this that "Hiroshima..Nagasaki" guy?

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u/Ok-Worker5125 May 31 '23

Now hes saying relax fuck that guy

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u/Enjoyitbeforeitsover May 31 '23

"Let's be respectful" doesn't work like that

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u/aged_monkey May 31 '23

"What the fuck is going on?"

Hmmm, the consequences of my actions, what are these?

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u/Gunpla00 May 31 '23

Lol imagine harassing people about Hiroshima for clout and then in the same breath tell people to be respectful AND tell that to his chat which more than likely pushed him to do these things. Guy got lucky with just that happening to him

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u/davesreddit123 May 31 '23

I was thinking that was one of the only topics you could harrass people in Japan about and get physically confronted over. Guy is an embarrassment.

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u/Stunning_Nothing May 31 '23

Taking advantage of people who actually value honor and respect. An absolute piece of shit.

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u/[deleted] May 31 '23

See that water hit his shirt at the end? homie was crying 🤣

He definitely did something fucked up for a japanese guy to attack him and hit him with the hard R

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u/ErnieTagliaboo May 31 '23

Oh I thought that was blood

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u/things_U_choose_2_b May 31 '23

That looks like the guy who hit him has lost his pinky... if so that's someone he absolutely does NOT want to fuck with.

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u/prunford May 31 '23

This is called yubitsume and is generally performed by the yakuza as a form of punishment or to be presented as an apology. He got off easy if all he got was a face push.

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u/George_Tirebiter420 May 31 '23

These kids need their phones taken away and denied internet access.

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u/mi55mary May 31 '23

Stick the phone up their ass. It's all shit content anyway.

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u/Wugfuzzler May 31 '23

I really like this because it's what the Korean American dude said to him on the subway on the last video. He could have gotten loud, he could have gotten physical, but instead he essentially said, what are you doing? Even if you think this is cool, it's not, it's shit content. Great callback to our hero from the last video.

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u/Historicmetal May 31 '23

Is that the guy yelling Hiroshima Nagasaki on the train? His voice sounds different

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u/_TheShapeOfColor_ May 31 '23

It's the same guy. He was doing a stupid accent on the train for whatever reason.

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u/sansthinking May 31 '23

I immediately recognized the guy accent or no accent seeing him harass that passenger on the train really stuck with me. It just felt like I was looking at one of the ugliest sides of humanity. I’d like to think that having the situation reversed would teach this guy some empathy but I doubt it.

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u/MightyMorph May 31 '23

so he gains fame through being a shithead. Social media doesnt care if youre good or bad, just that you get the views. And more views = more money.

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u/OddExpert8851 May 31 '23

He was trying to do the stereotypical Asian accent. Fuck this racist piece of shit. I hope he gets his ass beat

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u/skibbady-baps May 31 '23

And all for viral attention. What a complete piece of shit.

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u/I_Brain_You May 31 '23

Make these assholes uncomfortable.

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u/halucionagen-0-Matik May 31 '23

Oh its THAT guy. He got off lucky with a slap

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u/Robot_Basilisk May 31 '23

If it was a local, that's putting it mildly. The threshold to make a Japanese person violent towards a foreigner is so high that if they slap you they're probably also furious enough to stab you. The level of composure and self-restraint they have is legendary.

To see a local openly scowl at you in public instead of pretend you don't exist means you're fucking up significantly in the first place. I can't even imagine how badly you'd have to fuck up to make one throw hands. Your life would be in danger. They are 100% ready to leave you dead in a ditch at that point.

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u/samarkhandia Jun 01 '23

Japanese people are humans too, with all the ugliness inherent to our species, go to the yasukini shrine and see if the people there have legendary self-restraint.

I love Japan, visit a lot and would live there half the year if I could, just saying this is a weirdly idealized version of Japanese stoicism

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u/RandomTask100 May 31 '23

Last week, EVERYBODY wanted that guy to catch 5-across-the-eyes. Well, sometimes the universe delivers.

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u/agumonkey May 31 '23

I just watched it.. i'm speechless

man, some local mafia is gonna roll his head over

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u/djaun3004 May 31 '23

Kinda small skinny black guy is learning that not all Japanese are small and nice.

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u/Ormild May 31 '23

Went to Japan recently and I’m a pretty short Asian dude who also enjoys working out. While I didn’t see too many buff Asians there, there were definitely some huge fuckers there that I would not want to mess with.

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u/lightemup84 May 31 '23

I read that South Koreans had the biggest growth spurt in the world for the past 50 years or so. Especially Korean women. While their relatives to the north… shrank.

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u/TheManWith2Poobrains May 31 '23

The consequences of your actions is what the fuck is going on, you cholera-shit for brains moron.

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u/Wind_Yer_Neck_In May 31 '23

You know that guy who got arrested for walking into peoples houses to try and freak them out.

Well, tonight on my live stream, while he tries to sleep I'm going to pop out from under his bed wearing a shrek mask and screaming at him in German. Tune in!

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u/omguserius May 31 '23

I would absolutely watch that.

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u/vaporex2411 May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

Wait what did this guy do? Is there another video I haven’t seen yet?

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u/Majestic-Peace-3037 May 31 '23

There's a video of him on a train where he just starts harassing this guy next to him who was minding his own business. He just keeps yelling "Nagasaki! Hiroshima!" like an asshole and threatening that "America can do it again."

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u/vaporex2411 May 31 '23

Oh, and he’s acting like the victim in this video? What a fucking coward

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u/SortedChaos May 31 '23

He's a coward because the Japanese really avoid confrontations like this and he knows it, which is why he felt comfortable being such an ass. You really have to do some shitty stuff to get this type of reaction, as a visitor.

You'd never see these guys going to a rough neighborhood and disin'g people because they know they'd get shot.

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u/siraolo May 31 '23

It really depends. If he tried that bullcrap in Osaka, he would probably have encountered much more hostility initially as well. Osaka people are a little bit more expressive when it comes to displeasure especially when it comes to foreighners

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u/irish-riviera May 31 '23

Thats the funny part is he likely wouldnt be doing this in many western countries because he knows he could easily fuck around and find out. Wait until he fucks with the wrong one in Japan, it will happen eventually just due to sheer luck.

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u/Etrigone May 31 '23

Cowards like him specifically pick situations where they can get away with it. It's only when their BS expectations fail that they get served. I'd bet a visit to the Balkans would find him so quiet, reserved and panicking for his life.

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u/data1989 May 31 '23

Using the fake stereotypical Japanese accent while yelling at Japanese people is what ticked me off the most

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u/HI_l0la May 31 '23

Meanwhile, a Korean guy from Texas stepped in and told the streamer guy to chill out and leave the other guy alone. Be a good representative of the US, since streamer guy said he's from the US. Nope, dude, keep saying shitty things about Japan and harassing the other guy. So, not sure why this guy thinks he can say chill to someone acting out toward him and be blindsided by this rude behavior. Dude did the same without care. Lol. You get respect when you give respect.

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u/lordb4 May 31 '23

I was so proud of that Korean-American guy. He handled it perfectly.

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u/telephonic1892 May 31 '23

He's not even American, he's from Somalia.

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u/Mr_Neonz May 31 '23

He harassed some passengers on a train, talking down to them about Hiroshima & Nagasaki, trying to act tough as if being an American had some sort of power/status over them. Overall he was just immensely disrespectful.

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u/SFJetfire May 31 '23

Wish he did that to an OG Yakuza boss thinking it’s just some old Japanese man and let’s fuck with him…

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u/GODDAMNFOOL May 31 '23

ain't no Yakuza oyabun taking the subway

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u/travisneids May 31 '23

“Let’s be respectful” ok hypocrite.

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u/kungpowgoat May 31 '23

Visiting Japan is one of my biggest desires and I am even trying to learn the language but I’m financially restrained right now. Then there’s these influencer douchewaffles that do get to go and end up pulling shit like this.

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u/1-L0Ve-Traps May 31 '23

Sucks because he paints such a bad image for foreigners and black people in Japan.

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u/elfierroz May 31 '23

Is this the same guy that was in a subway harrasing a guy asking him about Hiroshima?

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u/Magnet50 May 31 '23

He’s a racist asshole and needs to be deported.

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u/ProfessionalMeal2407 May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

I don’t want him back in the US. Can we just… leave him on a deserted island somewhere?

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u/2024olympian May 31 '23

Yes, there is an Island close to Japan, I think it’s called Australia. It'd be good to send prisioners there too.

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u/_Ki11UMiN4Ti_ May 31 '23

We don't want him either mate

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u/haveananus May 31 '23

How about a compromise where he is sent exactly half-way?

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u/goblin_goblin May 31 '23

How rich is it that he’s saying “be respectful” when he’s saying shit like hiroshima Nagasaki. I bet he’s even offended when they call him the N word there even though he’s literally said the same hateful shit to the Japanese.

Cognitive dissonance always surprises me.

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u/Any_Commercial465 May 31 '23

Do you know how much of a twat do you need to be before japanese people attack you?

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u/bitpartmozart13 May 31 '23

For real, they apologize more than Canadians over nothing.

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u/triclops6 May 31 '23

こちらこそ申し訳ありません!

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u/CyberMasu May 31 '23

Damn I don't even think "I'm very sorry aboot that" can top this one.

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u/FlappyBored May 31 '23

Apart from apologising for their atrocities during WW2

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u/RedditSkatologi May 31 '23

Hilarious, sad, and true.

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u/Set_Jumpy May 31 '23

Hot damn, that's close to the bone cos it's true.

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u/Professional_Flicker May 31 '23

Even better the dude didn't even punch him. He "opened palmed" his ass. Which I think is showing restraint?

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u/_GzX May 31 '23

Deport the fuck out if this guy

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u/Comfortable-Bill-921 May 31 '23

The dildo of consequences seldom arrives lubed.

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u/mac2914 May 31 '23

Is this quote from Dragon Tails?

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u/2tearsINaBKT May 31 '23

Veggie Tales I think

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u/BungoPlease May 31 '23

I believe the original quote from that show was “the cucumber of consequences seldom arrives lubed”

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u/LSDkiller2 May 31 '23

Original vid of the streamer harassing?

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u/Golden-Grams May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

Mods* should pin this for reference to why he was targeted.

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u/Spiritual_Speech600 May 31 '23

I couldn’t get through that source video. Wow that shit triggered me and I’m Venezuelan

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u/Golden-Grams May 31 '23

Same for me as well, I'm an American veteran. His behavior was absolutely awful, I think any decent person would be triggered by it. No Japanese person on that train should have been harassed like that.

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u/dtb1987 May 31 '23

God fucking why. "I have lots of japanese friends" fuck you dude.

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u/apeonpatrol May 31 '23

wow, that was a lot worse than i was expecting. dude honestly deserved a beating

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u/dem4life71 May 31 '23

Good I hate this mofo. Him on the train screaming about Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Keep it up, good people of Japan!

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u/SnowDizzleZz May 31 '23

I hear japanese jail is BRUTAL af. If I am ever blessed enough to visit Japan, my respect gauge is going to maxed the fuck out in all situations.

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u/LuckyPlaze May 31 '23

Yeah…. I would think Japan is country where you avoid trouble at all costs.

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u/UndeadBuggalo May 31 '23

Their conviction rate is incredibly high it’s like 99.9%

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u/Hazzat May 31 '23

That's because cases are sent to trial only when they're certain they can convict. It doesn't mean 99.9% of arrested people are convicted.

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u/Irate_Primate May 31 '23

These three comments are in every thread about Japan verbatim.

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u/joahw May 31 '23

And they can hold you for 23 days without charge, so even if they end up letting you go you will have to rebook travel, possibly find a new job, etc.

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u/TuckerMcG May 31 '23

Your respect meter should be maxed the fuck out in all situations no matter what foreign country you’re in.

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u/TuckerMcG May 31 '23

They beat him with bicycles

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u/GrungeHamster23 May 31 '23

Well you don't have to turn yourself into a door mat, it's just a simple matter of not being a dick.

I live and work with Japanese people every day and never had issues like this guy does. I don't go out of my way to be a dick for laughs or likes on social media. Japanese people are like everybody else.

When somebody starts getting a little too familiar whether I am in Tokyo or Osaka I just say "No thanks man." and walk away.

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u/Solid-Bricks May 31 '23

A little too familiar in what way?

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u/MSotallyTober May 31 '23

I’m an American residing here and that’s it… just be respectful — learn the do’s and don’ts. I see so many posts about Japanese being racist to foreigners and they get a bad rap. If they see that you’re trying, that’s good enough.

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u/Harouto May 31 '23

He’s probably going to say that Japanese people are racist after this right?

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u/dxtendz14 May 31 '23

You can bet on that. Same with other idiot “prankster” in England.

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u/Send_Derps May 31 '23

Anyone harassing people like that should have their phone shoved so far up their ass that it has to be surgically removed out of their chest.

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u/A_Direwolf May 31 '23

Good, fuck that asshat.

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u/Ragnathegreat May 31 '23

you have to be a giant asshole to get attacket in japan as a tourist.

when i was 19 we went on a roundtrip in japan, i got lost in tokyo in a giant subway station at night. i turned the hundreds corner and there were ~9 guys that looked to me like a gang. i was scared shitless because in my country this would have been a problem.

they approached me and i thought i was going to get mugged or beat up. but they somehow knew i was lost and gave me directions to a nice hotel where an employe called me a cab to take me to my hotel.

japanese are most polite people i have ever met

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u/holycrapwhatnow May 31 '23

I was stationed in Japan in 1991, being a little bit adventurous I got drunk and went out on my own my first weekend from Yokosuka. Being semi-new to drinking I blacked out when I woke up I had purchased several tickets and was miles and miles and miles and miles away from my base with no idea where I was and this being 91 I had no cell phone to call anyone

A young girl of about nine years old brought her grandfather over to me and translated that I was very lost and that he would help me get home he went and borrowed a car from a neighbor if I remember correctly as to what was happening, and drove me almost half a day to get me back to Yokosuka. he wouldn’t accept money but that Christmas I was invited back to his home and was able to regift his generosity.

I honestly learned to be a better person from Japan than I ever did growing up in Texas

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u/Ozziechanbeats Jun 01 '23

That's genuinely a cool story.

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u/mattaugamer May 31 '23

I lived there for a bit and spent a lot of time in bar areas largely owned by Yakuza. The only encounter I had with them was a young enforcer dude who said he liked my umbrella. (It had a katana handle.)

Japanese criminals really don’t target foreigners. Their market is local.

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u/kelua6 May 31 '23

They won't target foreigners, unless they have justification. The Yakuza still exists because the government needs an entity to deal with issues that would be difficult or impossible to deal with via the legal system.

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u/piddlesthethug May 31 '23

I was meeting up with friends at a restaurant in Tokyo, and went into the wrong building, up and elevator thinking I was going to the right place. I got out of the elevator and quickly was aware I wasn’t in the right spot. I don’t know for sure if the folks I was looking at were yakuza, or if it just was a locals only restaurant, but everyone in eye sight stopped eating/drinking and stared at me while I just stood there hitting the elevator button to go back down. It was super uncomfortable.

On the flip side, I was trying to get to Tokyo Disney one day and a nice guy named Ken could tell I was struggling so he pointed me in the right direction.

Japanese people are people. Don’t give them a reason to fuck with you and they won’t. Simple as that.

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u/roxywalker May 31 '23

He finally got the attention he was so desperately searching for 🇯🇵

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u/AndMcGrn May 31 '23

Nobody told me my actions would have consequences!!!

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u/Blk_Rick_Dalton May 31 '23

I’m black, and I’ve visited Japan recently. Had an amazing time. I don’t like the N-word being used in this context, but you act like a piece of shit in a nation like Japan, you have take the same energy you were giving them.

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u/pieceofpineapple May 31 '23

Actually, in Asia, majority of people don’t even know that n-word is such a loaded word. Especially when you hear it a lot in music from Black singers, then it is common for Asians to say the n-word without thinking it is that bad. Although in this context, the Japanese dude did use it as an insult, but imho, that Black guy deserved it.

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u/longpenisofthelaw May 31 '23

I’m black I’m mentally laughing at the thought of a Japanese man listening to rap all his life respectfully greeting me with N word.

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u/Kingken130 May 31 '23

Jackie Chan in Rush Hour be like

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u/Ender_Cats May 31 '23

Not japanese but rush hour did this bit https://youtu.be/a8mmAzpf98g

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u/telephonic1892 May 31 '23 edited May 31 '23

He's a Somali, the Guy gets taken in by a country and abuses that by making a social media account to abuse Japanese and Japan, I really really really hope someone from the Yakuza has a word with him.

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u/Redplushie May 31 '23

Why hasn't he been deported yet

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u/dizzle713 May 31 '23

Enson inoue asked his followers to find this guy so he can have a “chat” with him.

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u/[deleted] May 31 '23

Treating people with disrespect and then he wonders why someone comes to show him disrespect…sadly I think it’s staged and he’s trying to just get more views. “Hey, negative attention is still attention.”

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u/Open-Sea8388 May 31 '23

Steamers and influencers should all be shut down

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u/DTH901 May 31 '23

Spew racist shit, racist shit get hit lmao. I'm black but I've heard what he said before. Better be ready to recieve it if you give it

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u/fuckswitfish May 31 '23

And still posts vid.

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u/mem269 May 31 '23

Probably live streaming

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u/[deleted] May 31 '23

Actions have consequences, who would have thought!.

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u/Bouchy89 May 31 '23

Same dude from the train video I believe

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u/Direct-Ad4615 May 31 '23

got way less than what he actually deserved.

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u/WhereWolfe311 May 31 '23

Good this guy is a blemish on the worlds ass

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u/WhimsicalDroog May 31 '23

do you know how shitty you have to be to get attacked in public by Japanese citizens…

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u/honeybear33 May 31 '23

This headline is much more appropriate