As part of the public service campaign, Robocop is doing his part to nab unsavoury perverts on Japanese trains. Your move, creep!
The campaign is a collaboration between the robot officer, the Osaka Police Department, and the West Japan Railway Company.
In the middle of the public service spot, which is currently on the police department's official site, there's a trailer for the new Robocop movie. It's out in Japan next month.
Have a look:
It's not only perverts that Robocop is arresting! He is also reminding people to make sure they don't leave belongings in their cars.
Oh, and go see his movie—he's reminding people of that.
In case you missed it, be sure to read io9's review of Robocop.
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