An expert wrestler in Japan was reportedly arrested on Sunday for utilizing his pro-moves on a person in a grocery store car parking zone.

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Kenji Abe, 40, allegedly slammed a 47-year-old man to the bottom over a parking spot in Chigasaki Metropolis, Kanagawa Prefecture, in keeping with the Tokyo Reporter.

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Abe — who reportedly goes by the title “Macho Abe Ken” within the wrestling world — pinned the person to the bottom, holding his head down together with his armpit, the information outlet reported.

Police mentioned Abe admitted to getting offended after the opposite man lower in entrance of him for an empty parking spot, in keeping with Japan Right now.

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The person who Abe allegedly attacked suffered a number of cuts on his face and different minimal accidents, police mentioned.

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