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By MARI YAMAGUCHI By Mari Yamaguchi The Associated Press TOKYO Police said they have apprehended a Western man who went skinny dipping in a moat ringing the Imperial Palace and attracted a huge crowd in one of the capital's main business district s.
World in brief TOKYO A bald, naked man who said he was a British tourist was arrested yesterday after going swimming in the moat of Japan's Imperial Palace. He was eventually caught after a 90-minute chase that saw him climb the 8 metre-high palace wall, throw rocks and splash water at police.
Text of report in English by Japan's largest news agency Kyodo Tokyo, 18 September: Several explosions were detected early Thursday [18 September] on a Tokyo street near the Imperial Palace, and police immediately placed a man, who was around the site, under custody for questioning, they said.
By EDWARD B. COLBY WORKING TOGETHER AND HAVING FUN KINGSTON Kingston youngsters Andrew Burke, Desmond Core, Michael Donovan and Joe Manning spent a good chunk of time cooperatively constructing their massive entry in a sand castle contest at Gray's Beach.
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