Female employee and customer…what is “public indecency” committed in a “restaurant”. | FRIDAY DIGITAL

Female employee and customer…what is “public indecency” committed in a “restaurant”.

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Shibuya restaurant “Sukkiri” where public indecency took place

The police received several reports of indecent acts being committed in a restaurant.

In June of this year, the Metropolitan Police Department’s Security Division received several tips. The division immediately launched a reconnaissance investigation. What was taking place in the restaurant was surprisingly public indecency.

On November 5, the police investigated a restaurant called “Sukkiri” in Dogenzaka, Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, where a female employee in her 20s was offering sexual services to a male customer in his 30s. The police will arrest eight people, including the two concerned and the store manager, 29-year-old Kazuhei Sekine, on suspicion of public indecency. The female employee and the male customer who performed the sexual services were released pending disciplinary action.

The female employees and male customers were released with disciplinary suspicions pending trial. The majority of male customers are young people in their 20s and 30s.

Female employees ranged in age from 18 to 25, and there were about 70 of them. The catchphrase was “We are sorry. We only have kawaii girls in our store. The store recruited staff, mainly college girls and freelancers, online, and dressed them in gym clothes in the fall for field day, and Santa Claus and reindeer in the winter,” said a reporter for a national newspaper.

150 million yen in sales in six months

The building in Shibuya that houses the restaurant “Sukkiri” (some photos have been doctored).

Sukkiri” was popular for its sexual services, with a high of nearly 200 customers a day. The fee was 7,000 to 18,000 yen, and there was no charge for the appointment of a female employee. According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, sales have totaled 150 million yen since May of this year.

The arrested Sekine and the other suspects all admitted to performing sexual services. They made statements to the police, saying. The suspects told police that “public indecency was part of their business system” and that they “instructed female employees to strip naked if requested by customers.

What kind of public indecency was going on in the restaurant when the crime was discovered on November 5?

The female employee and the male customer who were caught red-handed were both nude. The sexual services were performed in a box seat, but there was no door, and the partition between the seat next to it and the seat next to it was purposely lowered so that the service could be seen from the surrounding area. The service was in full view from the aisle.

There are nine box seats in the restaurant. On the day of the incident, 15 female employees were working there. Public indecency must have been taking place every day. Sekine and the other suspects told investigators that they thought they would eventually be caught because of the structure of the seats, which allowed them to see inside.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department has been focusing its efforts on exposing restaurants that engage in illegal obscenity.

The building in Shibuya where the restaurant “Sukkiri” is located (some photos have been doctored).
The building in Shibuya where the restaurant “Sukkiri” is located.
Sukkiri’s website
Website of “Sukkiri
Sukkiri” is located in the basement of a multi-tenant building
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