It’s just embarrassing Dongao! 74-year-old Kitano Takeshi was attacked late at night, 40-year-old man went crazy and attacked with a 10cm sharp knife | ETtoday Starlight Cloud | ETtoday News Cloud

September 5, 2021 by archyde

Reporter Tian Weiwei / Comprehensive Report

The well-known Japanese artist and director Takeshi Kitano has always been known for his sharp tongue and violent aesthetic works such as “Sonata”, “Fireworks” and “Extremely Evil Dao”. Recently, he was so bitter at the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, which caused a lot of controversy. On the evening of the 4th, it was shocked that he was attacked by a knife with a height of more than 10 cm. The prisoner was immediately arrested as the current criminal. The motive of the crime is still being investigated.

According to Japanese media reports, Kitano finished his live broadcast on TBS TV at 11 o’clock in the evening on the 4th. When he was about to take a ride to leave, a man in his 40s suddenly rushed out and broke the windshield and the window of the driver’s seat. The police immediately responded. The current criminal arrested the man and found that the man was also carrying a sharp knife over 10 cm. Whether the man knew Takeshi Kitano still needs further investigation.

▲ Kitano Takeshi. (Picture/CFP)

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In fact, Kitano has always spoken outright, causing a lot of controversy. A few days ago, he criticized the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics in a public program for being boring and making people want to sleep. “Isn’t it? Do you really think that is wonderful?” Even though the host tried to round the field, he continued to choke: “(Later) you can know how stupid Japan is.”

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