A woman "walked on the rails" at Shibuya JR station in Tokyo, Japan, and stopped the train for 8 minutes.
When the woman was arrested by the police, she said that she only walked off the track because of "the attitude of the station staff when asking for directions".
(Picture taken from Takizawa Gareso Twitter)
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Recently, a woman was "walking on the rails" at Shibuya JR Station in Tokyo, Japan.
When the woman was arrested by the police, she actually said that she only walked off the railway tracks to express her dissatisfaction because of "the attitude of the station staff when asking for directions".
The Japanese media "Fuji News Network" reported on the 25th that at around 3 pm local time on the 25th, a woman appeared on the tracks of JR Shibuya Station walking in the middle of the tracks, attracting the attention of the people in the station.
Two train lines, the Yamanote Line and the Saikyo Line, were temporarily suspended for 8 minutes due to the incident.
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The station staff then called the police, and the police arrested the woman immediately after arriving at the scene.
The Metropolitan Police Department stated that the woman was a woman in her 30s. During the investigation, she said that because of the poor attitude of the station staff when asking for directions, she decided to walk off the railway tracks to express her dissatisfaction.
The video of the woman walking on the railway tracks was forwarded to Twitter and attracted attention. Some Japanese netizens said that according to the Railway Business Law, the woman’s behavior would be fined less than 10,000 yen (about NT$2,300). Her actions delayed the time of many people, calling her a tragic heroine.
[Sorrowful news] Shibuya ギャルさん, Sudden Line をきき出すhttps://t.co/a34tBMOjek
JR Yamanote Line・Shibuya Stationで, Women’s がホーム下の Line に立ち入り, Yamanote Line and Saikyo Line が8 minutes of transportation. See 合わせた.
The line に invasion し た 30th generation second half の female は "駅员に道を闻いたら反応が悪かったので线に重りた" and statement.
After 8 minutes of invading して, I made sure that I made sure.
— 滝泽ガレソ???? (@takigare3) January 26, 2023