Japanese man convicted of murdering Nepali national
A Japanese court has convicted a 22-year-old Japanese man for killing a Nepali businessman, local reports said.
A court in Osaka on Monday found tattoo artist Hiroki Shiraishi and his female acquaintance Miyoko Shiraishi (23) guilty of causing the death of Bishnu Prasad Dhamala (42), last year.
Hiroki Shiraishi was jailed for 19 years, and Miyoko Shiraishi was ordered to serve nine years.
According to reports, the duo was heavily inebriated during the 'random assault' on the street.
"During the trial, security camera footage showed the Nepali man collapse to the ground after being hit. His motionless body was then repeatedly kicked," Kyodo News reported. Nepalnews.com