According to the Ikebukuro police station, Hashikawa entered a leotard specialty store in Toshima-ku's Ikebukuro Honcho 1-Chome at 2 pm on January 20 last year and lied by saying "I'm a student of a sports university". She brought 40 leotards used for gymnastics and figure skating to the dressing room, and was suspected of shoplifting 22 pieces (amounting to \1.01 million) by putting them in a bag and left the shop afterwards, telling the people there "I'm just going to make a phone call" and did not return.
It was discovered that the stolen goods were auctioned off on the Internet around July last year, and the account holder was Hashikawa. Hashikawa is not under any talent agency, but has previously worked as a model for photo shoots.
This girl? The age matches the description.
DOB: Oct. 17, 1991 (22)
Bl. Type: -
Skills: Singing/Tea ceremony/Ikebana/Gymnastics
It seems that she's already booked a project for next month, though.
> Toshima-ku's Ikebukuro Honcho 1-Chome on
Isn't it this shop?
The Cat's Eye song played in my head
Even if there's something you stole due to your desires and attachment to it, don't auction it off
But if she says that she's got regrets, then I don't think she'll sell them.
Maybe she was satisfied just by wearing them, then sold them for a high price, saying they were used.
I didn't know leotards were that expensive
1 million for 22 pieces!? That's 40,000 per piece!?
Leotards are so damn expensiiiiiive.
Looks like she's got some sort of deep darkness within her, it's actually scary.
Just buy them normally.
I thought at first that it was some hentai bloke, but a woman?
That's actually scary.
She's pretty and it's such a waste that she has to resort to a crime.
So you still don't get to live life on easy mode even if you're born with a cute face, huh?
Looks like she's familiar with the tricks for even auctioning them off ww
She might have done other crimes, though.
Looks like she's hiding some sort of darkness within her heart.
I want her to confide and open up to me. And I want to do some leotard plays.
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