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Japanese coach sentenced to 4 years' imprisonment due to secretly shooting female players

Japanese coach sentenced to 4 years' imprisonment due to secretly shooting female players

Ishio Jun can work normally as a football coach, but he just takes advantage of it to do some morbid acts.

According to Japanese news, the 29-year-old man Ishio Jun works as a coach in a football training camp in Tokyo. Because of his occupation, he coaches both male and female players as a regular activity.

Instead of concentrating on the job, Ishio Jun just takes advantage of it to do some morbid actions. He sets some miniature cameras in the changing room of female players to secretly capture their photos, which has happened in months.

However, it did not last long when a female player caught him finding a camera in the room last August. The anonymous girl called police immediately, which made Ishio Jun under arrest.

Speaking about the defendant, victims' families said that they demanded severe punishment for the morbid teacher. As a result, the Tokyo District Court sentenced Ishio Jun to 4 years' imprisonment because of his acts.

Unlike other countries, sexual harassment is very popular in Japan. A research done by some experts in 2019 showed that nearly half of Japanese women said they experienced an unwanted touching in public at least one time.

In some cases, the victims were even blamed for the root cause of morbid acts when some people assumed the short skirts that Japanese schoolgirl wears can lead to crime.