According to RocketNews24, Yoshihito Harada, 25, declared that the news was true and he indeed did do it.
Harada appeared in the Nagoya district courthouse last week on charges relating to five incidents that claimed that he used a screw driver or similar sharp object to slash the tyres, with prosecutors saying that it was all done so he could establish contact with the women, Stuff.co.nz reported.
Prosecutors then claimed that when the women returned to their vehicles, Harada arrived on the scene, and said “Looks like you’ve got a flat. Let me fix it for you,” and while changing the tyre he struck up a conversation with them and exchanged phone numbers.
Police launched an investigation after one woman told her pal about how she got a flat tyre and a man offered to change it, the friend then exclaimed that the same thing had happened to her.
Ehen questioned about further similar offences, Harada and his legal team reportedly said that there that there were about 1000.
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