A Japanese man who left two kitchen knives on the school work area of Japan’s Prince Hisahito, who is second in line to the position of authority, was given a suspended sentence on Friday.
The man was given a 18-month sentence, suspended for a long time, a Tokyo region court representative told AFP.
Kaoru Hasegawa was captured in April on doubt of illicitly entering the premises of the middle school that the ruler joins in.
He was additionally blamed for disregarding Japan’s guns law.
The sovereign was not at school when the knives were evidently set around his work area. They were later found by school authorities.
Hisahito, 13, is the child of Emperor Naruhito’s more youthful sibling Akishino, who is preferred choice to the position of authority.