The other day I mentioned the arrest of renowned economist and university professor Kazuhide Uekusa, for allegedly attempting to look up the skirt of a 15 year-old schoolgirl with a concealed mirror.
Now it seems that despite the police claiming he had already admitted to the allegation, Mr. Uekusa is denying it. He told prosecutors he didn’t peep up the girl’s skirt, nor did he even try to. But (and this is a big but) he did have a small mirror with him.
Hmm, I’m not sure what you think, but I don’t find his cries of innocence very convincing. Especially as he has failed to explain why he was carrying a mirror in the first place. Personally I can’t think of a reason (apart from peeping up girls skirts of course) for using a mirror whilst on an escalator. Can you?