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14th Apr '16 5:54:31 PM Tofu86
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* Japanese comedians Masaki Sata and Kiyoto Omizo, know as the Bad Boys, are former biker gang members, with Sata leading a large group in Fukuoka. Though he now sports a mohawk, Sata previously had a large pompadour. The duo often dress in yankee fashion while performing.

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* Japanese comedians Masaki Sata and Kiyoto Omizo, know known as the Bad Boys, are former biker gang members, with Sata leading a large group in Fukuoka. Though he now sports a mohawk, Sata previously had a large pompadour. The duo often dress in yankee fashion while performing.
14th Apr '16 12:41:16 PM Tofu86
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* Japanese comedians Masaki Sata and Kiyoto Omizo, know as the Bad Boys, are former biker gang members, with Sata leading a large group in Fukuoka. Though he now sports a mohawk, Sata previously had a large pompadour. The duo often dress in yankee fashion while performing.
31st Mar '16 2:52:04 AM SymphonicInsanity
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* Mondo Oowada/Owada from ''VisualNovel/DanganRonpa'' is a direct parody of a Japanese delinquent, attending Hope's Peak Academy as the Ultimate Biker Gang Leader. He is hostile, rolls his rs quite often, and has a pompadour to boot.
14th Mar '16 3:27:29 AM Hanz
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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', delinquents can be found loitering around the school's incinerator. If Yandere-chan approaches them with a weapon or a corpse, they will attack her and [[GameOver beat her into a coma]].

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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', delinquents can be found loitering around the school's incinerator. If Yandere-chan approaches them with a weapon or a corpse, they will attack her and [[GameOver beat her into a coma]]. The Head Delinquent is also one of the planned romantic rivals.
4th Mar '16 8:27:24 PM superkeijikun
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* In ''VideoGame/YandereSimulator'', delinquents can be found loitering around the school's incinerator. If Yandere-chan approaches them with a weapon or a corpse, they will attack her and [[GameOver beat her into a coma]].
12th Feb '16 8:57:45 AM Basara-kun
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** Lead singer Daishi from Psycho Le Cému in various of their videoclips uses the yankii attire and personality, especially in the song ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTPJ9FSu27A Yume Kazaguruma]]'' where the band members are dressed as various japanese stereotypes, being Daishi the Japanese Delinquent.

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** Lead singer Daishi from Psycho Le Cému in various of their videoclips uses the yankii attire and personality, especially in the song ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTPJ9FSu27A Yume Kazaguruma]]'' where the band members are dressed as various japanese stereotypes, being Daishi the Japanese Delinquent.bosozoku.
7th Feb '16 2:30:55 PM res20stupid
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* Makiko Date from ''VideoGame/DigimonStoryCyberSleuth'' has the mannerisms and talks like a typical Japanese delinquent, which is strange since she's a detective with the police department.
4th Feb '16 10:04:06 AM Cieloazul
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* DelinquentHair.
4th Feb '16 10:03:05 AM Cieloazul
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* A CommissarCap
* Loafers without socks.

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* A CommissarCap
CommissarCap.
* Loafers without socks.socks, or alternatively sandals.



Female delinquents often have their ''seifuku'' in some form of purposeful disarray - unknotted scarf, loose socks, partially unbuttoned top, or the skirt hiked up. An unusually long skirt and a coat/jacket also indicates a tough cookie. They will sometimes be portrayed as ''[[RichBitch kogals]]'' (who flaunt their disposable income), or some other subculture, or engaging in [[EnjoKosai less violent]] [[BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord inappropriate]] behavior.

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Female delinquents often have their ''seifuku'' in some form of purposeful disarray - unknotted scarf, loose socks, partially unbuttoned top, or and the skirt hiked up. An unusually long skirt and a either very shortened or very lengthened. A coat/jacket also indicates a tough cookie. They will sometimes be portrayed as ''[[RichBitch kogals]]'' (who flaunt their disposable income), or some other subculture, or engaging in [[EnjoKosai less violent]] [[BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord inappropriate]] behavior.
28th Jan '16 5:43:01 AM EDP
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* Delinquents are TheUsualAdversaries in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', bullying someone and then [[ButtMonkey getting mauled by the title heroine whenever the plot needs her to waste time and arrive late at her destination]]. A chapter also features them as the MonsterOfTheWeek's {{Mooks}} (as the youma is purposefully brainwashing ''all'' the delinquents of Tokyo to create an army), with a gang leader (who vented his frustration at never declaring [[HotForTheTeacher his love for one of his teachers at junior high]]) appearing as Minako's senpai and one of her many loves.

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* Delinquents are TheUsualAdversaries in ''Manga/CodenameSailorV'', bullying someone and then [[ButtMonkey getting mauled by the title heroine whenever the plot needs her to waste time and arrive late at her destination]]. A chapter also features them as the MonsterOfTheWeek's {{Mooks}} (as the youma is purposefully brainwashing ''all'' the delinquents of Tokyo to create an army), with a gang leader (who vented his frustration at never declaring [[HotForTheTeacher [[TeacherStudentRomance his love for one of his teachers at junior high]]) appearing as Minako's senpai and one of her many loves.
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