Hayden said the warrant does not faze her and that she would do it again. Obviously she won't plan on visiting Japan until this settles down, but she seems to think nothing will happen to her because Japan won't try and have her extradited. Well, a US citizen cannot be extradited from the US to face charges in another country, but that doesn't stop Japan from providing the warrant to Interpol and getting Hayden as she attempts to enter into another country who would have no qualms about extraditing her to Japan.
Now, I can't honestly see Japan sending it to Interpol because nothing really happened except she made Japan look bad in the eyes of the world.
Hayden commented to E! News that she would do it again if given the chance. “I was very excited that people were interested in what we did,” she said. “In [Hollywood], you tend to only get publicity for not wearing underwear or going to rehab.” Nicely said, and I am sure the world would love either of those from you. That being said there might be just a touch of hypocrisy with what she is saying. One of the reasons I think her efforts were so well documented was that she was wearing a bikini during the protest, and thus ensured that websites around the world picked up the news. Although she wore a wetsuit when confronting the fishermen, she immediately stripped it off when she got on shore and posed in her bikini with other similarly attired women. The above photo is before she took off the lower half of the wet suit, but as you know this is a family site and so I like to keep it fucking clean.