Customers at an IKEA in Edinburgh were left bemused as a shopper was seen walking two 'human dogs' around the store on leads today (January 15).
The extremely strange moment was caught on camera by a local customer who was with his wife, and the pair were left speechless by what they had just seen.
In the clip, a man can be seen walking two grown men on leather leads around the store, walking past kids and families casually going about their business, reports EdinburghLive.
READ MORE: Dog in pack that mauled woman to death 'appeared on BBC show about troublesome puppies'
One of the human canines was wearing a red costume with a mask to match, along with a black hoodie with printed dog paws.
Oddly though the 'human dogs' didn't seem to provoke a reaction from other shop-goers.
Alan Watson who captured the odd video told Edinburgh Live: "I was just having lunch at around 1pm in IKEA with my wife when I saw the two guys dressed like dogs walking past with their friend or dad."
One theory is that these men are what has come to be known as 'furries', which is a subculture that is characterised by humans displaying non-human characteristics like walking on two legs or wearing clothes.
Although it's not a fandom that has really taken off yet, research by Channel 4 suggests that there are around 10,000 people in the UK who follow the furry lifestyle.
To get more stories from Daily Star delivered straight to your inbox sign up to one of our free newsletters here.
Bloke who bagged £10m on lottery and gave fortune to ex-wife 'skint 10 years later'
Brit hiker, 45, dies after being buried in sudden avalanche on Mont Blanc
Wanted man mocks police with cheeky 'thank you' comment on their Facebook page
Kate Middleton and Prince William's popularity 'dropping due to Harry', says expert
OnlyFans' Astrid Wett sends four-word ultimatum to rival Elle Brooke after her knock-out
Source: Read Full Article