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Peruvian man arrested in Nagoya on suspicion of assaulting and injuring a taxi driver

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2020/12/20

On November 7, 24-year-old Peruvian Kuya Fukui Carlos Jutal assaulted and injured a taxi driver in Atsuta-ku, in the city of Nagoya. The cab’s tape recorder recorded the entire history of the crime.

At 6:31 on November 7, the Peruvian Carlos took a taxi in Naka-ku, Nagoya. He looked like he was drunk, staggering and lying in the car seat. The taxi driver even opened the door for him to vomit.

Then the Peruvian got out of the car without paying, the taxi driver chased him and they got into a conflict, and the Peruvian hit and threw the taxi driver to the ground. The Peruvian was arrested (today) on November 30 for robbery and assault.

He fled after assaulting and injuring the 63-year-old taxi driver who had a brain bruise, in order not to pay the fare, which cost just 610 yen.

The police identified Carlos from the security camera recorder footage.

In response to the investigation, Carlos denied the allegations, saying, “I got out of the taxi without paying because the driver told me to get out.” He also said, I pushed and kicked but didn’t hit him in the face.

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