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She is said to have worked 20 shifts, earning , yen, which the year-old used on luxuries such as going to restaurants. An hour and a half later, the weapon was found unused by a commuter who turned it in to the station.
The Local Public Service Act prohibits government employees from taking second jobs… probably because it can lead to guns getting left around. However, on the same day as the announcement she is said to have handed over her badge and gun permanently, assuming she remembered where they were at the time.
Although this was a salacious scandal of sex and guns, netizens were surprisingly sober in their comments — for the most part. Their job is hard, and they should earn a lot. I mean, I would have at least tried it. Nope, providing sex in exchange for money is called prostitution. There isn't such thing like quasi-prostitution because she was not providing quasi-sex.
There is nothing 'quasi' about it. This is where Japanese sex laws get very gray. Paying a woman for a date is not prostitution regardless of what happens on the date. It must be a pre-arrange sexual encounter to be deemed prostitution.
This is a tradition that goes way back to when there were thousands of 'geisha' all over Japan. This is also how so many teenage girls end up in love hotels with older men. They are on a paid date and get slipped a few more maan for 'extra' services. However, it is not prostitution. I'm going to go out on a limb and say that everyone has their needs and I won't judge them for taking any kind of job to get by, at least they're getting after it.