A Chinese man in his 60s was forced into a car and taken away by several men on the street of Tokyo on the afternoon of 18th local time, Japanese media reported. The man was released about 5 hours after he was taken away and went to Puan police station in Chiba county at about 22 p.m., Japanese media quoted the latest local police information as saying. He has been protected by the police. At about 17:00 p.m. local time on the 18th, Tokyo Metropolitan police received a notice saying that a 60 year old Chinese man was surrounded by at least three men on the street of Ginza in Central District, then was forced into a car and taken away. Passers-by heard his cry for help and called the police. According to Kyodo news agency, a passer-by reported to the police at that time that “I heard someone calling for help, and a man was pulled into a car and taken away by several people.”. According to the report, the place of the incident was a busy area with shops, and there were many pedestrians on the street at that time. According to the NHK, the police immediately carried out a search after receiving the alarm. According to the search personnel, about 5 hours after the incident, about 22 PM that night, the man ran into the Puan city police station in Chiba County for help. He told police that he was released at a car park in Puan City, Chiba. “They sprayed tear spray to me and glued my eyes with tape.” The man recalled. < / P > < p > it is reported that the man was not seriously injured and has been protected by the police, who said the case may be suspected of illegal arrest and imprisonment and is continuing to investigate the case.