Japanese company holds ‘macho’ competition

A Japanese company is hoping to attract workers to the country’s understaffed demolition industry through the medium of bulging muscles. While it may have an unfashionable 1970s ring to it, the Nagoya-based Crassone company recently held a “macho …
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