- A Japanese man named Toko has spent the whopping sum of N6.2 million ($15,000) for him to look like a dog
- Toko, a dog lover paid a Japanese company to procure him a costume that will enable him to look like a border collie
- Social media has reacted heavily to the man's strange passion as some are asking why the man took such action
Toko, a Japanese dog lover has enlisted the services of a company who made him a costume that transformed him and made him look like a dog.
A video shows the man in the costume and many social media users are asking questions, wanting to know what fueled the man's action.
It's his lifelong dream
The creation of the weird costume for Toko was said to have been made possible by an agency known as Zepet.
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After the man's photos made it to the internet, they quickly went viral and elicited reactions. However, the man insisted it has been his lifelong dream to look like an animal.
Toko was quoted by First Post which cited a local news outlet, news.mynavi:
“My favourite is quadrupedal animals, especially cute ones. Among them, I thought that a big animal close to me would be good, considering that it would be a realistic model, so I decided to make it a dog."
The video of the man in the costume was later posted on Instagram by @Ladbible.
Watch the video below:
Instagram users react
"I feel like I’m on the deep web."
"Better than going to therapy I suppose."
"Imagine that’s ur son yeah, how much would you question the way you raised him."
"Pretty realistic I was waiting for the man to come in."
"Oh God! Seriously, what is the world coming to?"
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