Mr. Onitsuka is a regular customer of this store. The store has both pachinko and pachislot machines, and Mr. Onitsuka was always playing pachinko. She would play for a while, go out, come back and play again.
On November 28, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police arrested singer Chihiro Onitsuka, 41, on suspicion of damaging property.
On November 28, the police arrested Chihiro Onitsuka, 41, on suspicion of damaging property. “At around 4:30 p.m. on the 28th, the fire department received a report that an ambulance had been kicked,” said Onitsuka. At that time, he got into trouble with a passerby, and Onitsuka kicked up the back door of the ambulance and dented it.
Onitsuka is said to have frequented this pachinko parlor in Ebisu. One of his regular customers said.
He and his friend, who collapsed this time, always came together. My friend was also a beautiful woman in her 30s, and I remember her well. Onitsuka-san was always playing pachinko with a peach nectar in his hand. I remember seeing her chatting with the staff at the store, saying, ‘I’m going to karaoke with my friend.
Why did she get so upset at her favorite restaurant? Why did she get so upset at her favorite restaurant?
When a friend of hers collapsed and called for an ambulance, a passerby apparently said something sarcastic like, ‘Why would you call an ambulance? It is believed that Onitsuka became angry and confronted the paramedics to warn them about the passerby. When the paramedics did not respond, he apparently kicked the ambulance.
Onitsuka fully admitted to the charges and was released on November 30. The Metropolitan Police Department plans to proceed with the investigation at home.
Onitsuka celebrated the 20th anniversary of her debut last year, and also sang the theme song for a movie in February this year. What will happen to her future activities?
From “FRIDAY” December 7, 2021 issue
Photo： Shinji Hasuo (transported, at the scene) Jiji Press