That didn't make it easy Acquitted, angry and more powerful than ever. ABC teams share the story behind the story and insights into the making of digital, TV and radio content. External Link: rugbyworldcup tweet: "Famous Japanese fan Bak-san has said he would paint all 20 team jerseys on his body throughout RWC". Rugby supporters from around the globe have flocked to Japan for the Rugby World Cup in massive numbers since the tournament kicked off last month, but it is a local fan who is standing out in the crowd. But for the time being, his support is being welcomed by all the teams competing in the World Cup, as well as the hundreds of thousands of spectators in Japan. Hiroshi Moriyama, also known by the nickname "Bak-san", has become a cult hero at the World Cup after pledging to body paint the jerseys of all 20 teams on his torso.
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Hiss commitment to the cause was illustrated on Thursday when he attended two World Cup matches held in different cities. If you have inside knowledge of a topic in the news, contact the ABC. By Emily Sakzewski TV critics have praised the series as "perfection" and "relatable", but just how relatable is it?