Interior minister comments on Tsuyoshi Kusanagi's arrest. Story No. Various of car carrying arrested singer, Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, driving into Prosecutor's Office compound. Yet, let me still call it as the worst and lowest act one can do.
Singer of Japanese pop band Smap arrested after naked cavort in park
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Tsuyoshi Kusanagi has apologised to fans after he was allegedly found naked and drunk in a Tokyo park. The year-old Japanese singer was arrested on suspicion of public indecency following the April 23 incident. The former member of boyband SMAP was released by police today and immediately apologised for his "shameful" antics. According to the BBC , the singer has not been charged over the incident. Kusanagi, who is the face of a government campaign to get the public to switch to digital television, drank more than ten glasses of rice wine ahead of his naked appearance, local Japanese media have claimed.
Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, a member of hugely popular group SMAP, was arrested on the spot after neighbours complained a drunk man was making a fuss in the park, a Tokyo Metropolitan Police official said on condition of anonymity, citing department rules. I am deeply sorry," year-old Kusanagi was quoted by public broadcaster NHK as saying. His arrest was the top news item in Japan with major TV networks repeatedly reporting the arrest and broadcasting footage showing Kusanagi being escorted to a police van.