Man who spent £12,500 to live like dog called ‘cute’ after struggling with sofa

A bloke who dresses like and lives like a dog has been called "cute" after struggling to jump onto his sofa.

Toko, from Japan, spent £12,500 transforming himself into a rough collie and uploads videos of his bizarre escapades to his YouTube channel.

In an introductory video he explains: "I became a rough collie because I wanted to be an animal. From now on I'm thinking of uploading videos at my own pace."

In his latest video, titled "I became a rough collie and relaxed on the sofa", Toko first appears in his lifelike dog costume, slowly plodding towards the small piece of furniture.

He then spends around two minutes attempting to get up, falling down several times and trying again.

Eventually, Toko manages to secure himself on the sofa, lying on his back and wagging his paws in celebration.

The video ends with Toko dismounting and crawling back out of the room.

The strange clip has been viewed over 7,600 times, with people in the comments section hailing it as "cute".

One person wrote: "I love the way you wave your paw to us… and watching you trying to get on the couch was super cute.

"Moving inside that dog costume looks very difficult and to be honest very uncomfortable."

Another said: "Watching him struggle to climb onto the sofa was so cute yet so sad."

While a third wrote: "Looks like you're going to need a bigger couch, haha! So cute."

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Another person offered Toko some advice on how he could make his sofa mounting even more dog-like.

They wrote: "Ok two things. One you need to jump on the sofa. Two you need to walk in a circle 3 times before laying down.

"Your videos make me laugh, so cute! Keep it up! Can’t wait to see how much your movement improves over time."

The comments on this video are markedly different to some of the previous ones, where Toko's dog costume was dubbed "creepy" and "scary".

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