Summary[edit | edit source]
When Kiyoshi is changing at the corner of the girl's dorm, loose hairs fly in the wind as he wears the wig alerting the USC Vice-President. When she recognises Gakuto's cuticles, a suspicious Meiko starts to move towards the corner of the girl's dorm where Kiyoshi is in order to check. Kiyoshi continues to change even though he struggles with the the reverse buttons of a girl's school shirt and looks round the corner to see Meiko there. Kiyoshi attempts to hide further down and head for the gate while dressing hurriedly. The uniform is too tight however, and the blazer rips when he attempts to force it after wearing the skirt. Kiyoshi quickly places his bag on his back and turns to hide his face when Meiko reaches the corner. Assuming that Gakuto's hair simply scattered around the waste disposal area, she mistakes his distant figure for a schoolgirl and leaves to Kiyoshi's relief.
Meanwhile, a nervous Chiyo has boarded the Ryougoku train and is heading towards the student sumo tournament. She begins worrying about her first time to go to a sumo event and becomes excited at the prospect of potentially meeting the next sumo champion. As she tries to convince herself that their meeting is not a date, she looks out of the train and wonders whether Kiyoshi has left the school yet as well. Elsewhere, Kiyoshi is changed and ready to leave the school by walking through the school courtyard, which worries him due to the humiliation that being caught crossdressing would result in. After putting faith in Gakuto's hair, Kiyoshi manages to walk across the yard by bowing his head and cautiously looking up. However, he is pulled back by a hand by Mari Kurihara metres away from the school gates.
Characters[edit | edit source]
- Meiko Shiraki
- Kiyoshi Fujino
- Takehito Morokuzu (flashback)
- Chiyo Kurihara
- Mayumi Tanaka (flashback)
- Mari Kurihara
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In the magazine and the volume release, the chapter was named "THE GREAT ESCAPE", which is a reference to the 1963 movie of the same name.
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