Man Walking Woman In Dog Gimp Mask On Lead Stopped By Police
Roofer Iain Mcgeough witnessed the unusual encounter in Glasgow and thankfully managed to capture the moment on camera.
He subsequently shared the snaps on Facebook along with the caption: "Just witnessed a guy gettin pulled wae the cops for walking his burd on a leash with a dog gimp mask and everything on haha just another normal Monday morning in glesga eh haha."
The post has since been shared almost 6,000 times, with one person questioning what the problem is, so long as the man picks up her s**t. Indeed, it seems the pair weren't committing any kind of offence.
A Police Scotland spokesperson told LADbible: "Officers spoke to a man and woman on Cathcart Road in Glasgow during the morning of Monday, 17 February. No arrests were made."
Probably worth checking everything is in order though,, when you stumble across a bloke walking a woman in a dog mask on a lead, isn't it?
Speaking to The Glasgow Times, Iain said he wish he could have earwigged on the conversation between the couple and the coppers.
He said: "It was between 11 and 11:30, Cathcart road right outside the first bus depot.
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"I didn't see if they got arrested, no, just speaking to them and the cop had his book out. Wish I knew how the conversation went down."
Amen to that Iain.
Last summer, police in Somerset had to deal with more serious gimp suit-based activity after a man in a 'full black rubbery suit' was reported to jump out at and chase people through the village of Claverham.
One anonymous victim said the experience 'hugely affected' her, telling the BBC: "I was walking along with my torch and looked up to see someone charging at me in a full black rubbery suit and managed to take a picture.
"He kept coming towards me and was touching his groin, grunting and breathing heavy.
"As I tried to take a step back he was right in front of my face and he put his leg forward. I was just trying to assess the situation in my head quickly.
"Everything was running through my head. I thought, 'This is it, I'm going to get attacked.'"
Two men were eventually arrested on suspicion of indecency offences but no charges were brought against them due to a lack of evidence.
Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Iain Mcgeough