VIDEO: Japanese man, Toco, who spent $20K to transform himself into a dog goes outside for first-ever walk


VIDEO: Japanese man, Toco, who spent $20K to transform himself into a dog goes outside for first-ever walk
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Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Japanese man, Toco, who spent $20,000 to transform himself into a dog goes outside for first-ever walk.


His YouTube videos also showed Toco being taken out for a walk on a leash, sniffing at other dogs in a park and rolling around on the floor. His first public appearance as a dog was well-received by passers-by and other dogs. 

“I became a collie, fulfilling a dream I had since I was a little child to be an animal!” the subtitles in one of his videos read. He also said that he hides his human identity for his unwillingness to be judged by people.

In a piece of bizarre news, a Japanese man sought to fulfill his lifelong aspiration of “becoming an animal” by spending more than $20,000 (two million Yen) to transform himself into a human ‘border collie’ and took his first public walk.

The Japanese man, identified as Toco, has finally taken his first in his hyperrealistic dog costume and reportedly made some canine friends. In his YouTube channel of nearly 30,000 subscribers, Toco was seen playing in his backyard and performing tricks for treats, reported New York Post.

Last year, Toco interacted with the Daily Mail and talked about why he chose to become a human dog.

“I don’t want my hobbies to be known, especially by the people I work with,” said the man.

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

“I rarely tell my friends because I am afraid they will think I am weird,’ he said in a separate interview with the Mirror.

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