'Has someone in 60 Minutes office had a stroke?' Viewers slam TV program's decision to replay bizarre 1984 story showing Japanese men frothing at the mouth at a business boot camp

Social media has reacted harshly to a 32-year-old 60 Minutes story featuring junior Japanese executives frothing at the mouth during a business boot camp. Ian Leslie, a original reporter with the long-running Nine Network program, returned to the …
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