Leslie Kee, photographer arrested for nude male photos, released from police custoday

Prosecutors have released Singaporean photographer Leslie Kee, who was arrested Monday in Tokyo on suspicion of selling photo collections containing images of male genitalia, police sources said Thursday.

The prosecutors also released two Japanese organizers of a photo exhibition who allegedly sold photo books containing the images.

The Tokyo District Public Prosecutor’s Office skipped seeking detention warrants from a court after the three acknowledged the allegations, the sources said.