If You Are Japanese Businessmen And You Are Drunk You Can Sleep Anywhere
In Japan, drinking with clients or co-workers is a mark of company loyalty and considered “part of the job”. In fact, refusing a drink from a boss is an insult and can damage your career. On a typical weekend there are “thousands of people sleeping on the streets” by sunrise. Those aren’t homeless folks, but employed, suit-and-tie guys who got wasted and ended up face planting in the subway.
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This unsafe, and certainly uncomfortable, phenom has been documented in recent years in magazines and online with lots of embarrassing photos of office workers slumped over, splayed out and dead to the world. These photos show how some people suffer from excessive drinking days.