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Japanese Man Secretly Films Minors During Sexually Suggestive “Experiment,” Uploads Videos to YouTube 【Updated】

Japanese Man Secretly Films Minors During Sexually Suggestive “Experiment,” Uploads Videos to YouTube 【Updated】

A series of three videos have been causing controversy on the Japanese internet for showing what seems to be voyeuristic footage of Japanese junior high school girls at a public pool being asked to use their hands to pump water from a bucket until it sprays out the end of a PVC pipe as part of an “experiment for a summer project.”

We’ve embedded the videos below but would like to warn viewers that they contain suggestive images of minors in bikinis. While there is no nudity, throughout most of the video, the camera is blatantly focused on the young girls’ bodies as they move their hands up and down with the pipe.

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Disturbing Japanese Amazon Customer Reviews: the Girl’s One-Piece Swimsuit

Disturbing Japanese Amazon Customer Reviews: the Girl’s One-Piece Swimsuit

The Amazon.com product review section has become something a creative writing outlet for the witty and sarcastic. In the right hands, these hilarious parody reviews can actually helps boost sales of the product (for all the wrong reasons) or even turn it into an internet phenomenon.

Yet every once in awhile — and this applies to Japan in particular — there will be a product on Amazon with reviews that are so disturbing, you can only pray for the sake of humanity that they are an uncoordinated series of cruel jokes.

This navy blue girl’s one-piece swimsuit offered on Amazon Japan is one such product, and anyone familiar with the word hentai can probably guess why…

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Geeky Swimsuits Prove What We’ve Always Suspected: the Atari Falcon Looks Amazing on a Woman’s Body

Geeky Swimsuits Prove What We’ve Always Suspected: the Atari Falcon Looks Amazing on a Woman’s Body

Retro geeky is so in this summer.

Just take a look at this series of vintage electronics-inspired one piece swimsuits from Etsy, sexy enough to stroke the keys of all those beach-going geeks.

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