The angry politician has a bad reputation for the job making pullups inside a moving train

Says she doesn't have any idea why she thought it would be a good idea.

Says that he doesn’t remember why he thought that would be a good idea.

Since Japan trains tend to be crowded and hard-built, then it is not uncommon to see that if you can stand and hang onto a shoestring, then you should notice how much stability it is to put on the footrest. Sometimes admiration turns into curiosity, and you think it’s HmmI wonder whether I can do anything for this?

These are the ones most people resist the urge to answer that question, but the two demographics that are unusual exceptions are teenagers and drinking people. Just before the 49-year-old man in the video below, whod had a few beers while at his high school reunion before completing the train at Isahaya in Nagasaki Prefecture, decided to take a set of pullups from the train and made it the way down the JR Omura line.

It’s not hard for anybody. For anyone, especially someone of his age. But what made it very uncomfortable was that Takahisa Kitamura, who elected the Nagasaki Prefecture Assembly as president, is one of the most trusted politicians in the province.

Kitamura said that he’d had three or four beer at the reunion, and when asked how why he chose to try to run some exercise on the train ride home, he said that was very embarrassing. But I really didn’t remember how I became a decision to do that. In Japan, that is common language; public figures have to defend themselves against inebriated misconduct, but there’s no such thing as a hint that I was drunk.

To his credit, Kitamura didn’t get his words dirty in critiques at the press conference he held on December 14 and 14 of December last year. I did a pullover [in the train]. That was a misled act and a violation of the rules that a passenger must keep on using the public transportation. I would like to apologize to all the people in Nagasaki Prefecture and other stakeholders. I am so sorry, he said, adding that what I did was unexcusable, and that I won’t exercise better self-control so that it won’t happen again.

This is not the first time the image of Kitamuras was hit by a drink. In a blog post from 2006, he admitted to having driven drunk and in his December 14 press conference he confirmed that he did it more than once.

There were many responses to Twitter.

Hey, a policeman, would you make something like that at the gym? Is this idiot? Dude looks like a junior kid. If I had been there, I would have wanted to kiss him in the face. The driving ban is bad, but it isn’t exactly good either.

If you had to pick one, a drunk train is at least a better choice than drunk driving. Even if it’s difficult for Kitamura to hold his liquor, he will likely want to continue exercising at home.

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