Shocking: Man Spent Over $14,000 To Become This- Watch!

In a bizarre and shocking story, a Japanese man has transformed himself into a dog using a custom-made collie costume, spending a jaw-dropping $14,000 to actualize his dream of “becoming an animal.” The enigmatic individual, who goes by the name Toco online, has gained a massive following on YouTube, boasting over 32,000 subscribers who are captivated by his canine antics.

Videos shared on Toco’s YouTube channel showcase his extraordinary transformation, as he frolics on lawns, rolls on floors, and even plays fetch, all while donning the uncannily realistic collie outfit. The furry spectacle doesn’t end there – Toco boldly took his new identity to the streets in a viral video, parading as a dog in public for the first time, leaving stunned bystanders in awe.

However, behind the fluffy facade, Toco admits to feeling nervous and scared while venturing out in public, understandably worried about public perception. In a candid video, he revealed that since his childhood, he harbored an inexplicable desire to “become an animal,” a dream he deemed seemingly “unrealistic” until now.

Zeppet, the company responsible for the elaborate creation, spent a staggering 40 days meticulously designing the canine costume, complete with a harness to give it a more authentic feel. The result was astonishing, accurately reproducing the appearance of a real dog walking on all fours. The price tag for this peculiar piece of fashion reached a staggering $2 million Yen, equivalent to over $14,000 USD.

While Toco enjoys widespread online fame, he chooses to keep his canine alter ego a secret from his friends and family, fearing they would find his unusual proclivities strange. Most of his colleagues are also unaware of his peculiar hobby, and Toco maintains a strict boundary between his personal and professional life.

“I rarely tell my friends because I am afraid they will think I am weird,’ he said in a separate interview with the Mirror. “My friends and family seemed very surprised to learn I became an animal.”

“I don’t want my hobbies to be known, especially by the people I work with,” he told the Daily Mail.

“They think it’s weird that I want to be a dog. For the same reason why I can’t show my real face.”

New York Post


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