SHARE
Cabinet Minister Takaichi demonstrates how to put on a ball-gag

Japan’s Internal Affairs and Communications Minister, Sanae Takaichi, has given a hands-on demonstration on how to put on a ball-gag at a press conference in Tokyo yesterday.

Minister Takaichi announced in a Lower House Budget Committee session that broadcast stations could be ordered to cease operations for political bias in violation of Japan’s domestic laws before presenting the press gallery with a practical illustration of how they can strap ball-gags to their faces.

“If you become proficient in this item, we can rid the Japanese media system of problems and ensure the government will never implement punishments on broadcasters,” said Takaichi.

Journalists received information packs on where they can purchase their very own ball-gag.

The government asserts that it’s part of a journalists role to shop at Don Quixote – “their products are affordable but guarantee proper gagging”.

“Simply go to the fifth floor and you’ll find them just near the video games section for children,” said Takaichi.

3 COMMENTS

Comments are closed.