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Man in giant Tigger costume caught having ‘full-blown sex’ in public restroom

You'll never be able to watch Winnie the Pooh with the same eyes after that. 


EJ Dickson

Internet Culture

Posted on Nov 3, 2014   Updated on May 30, 2021, 7:07 am CDT

The wonderful thing about Tiggers is Tiggers are wonderful things, and their tops are made out of rubber, and their bottoms are made out of springs. But one little kid got to see this firsthand (and everything in between) when she walked in on a man in a giant Tigger costume having boisterous sex with a naked woman on top of a baby’s changing table in a public restroom.

Bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy! Fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!

According to a Facebook post on the Dawlish Neighbourhood Police page in Dawlish, U.K., Maryanne Saunders’s 3-year-old granddaughter was in the public bathroom in the Barton Hill neighborhood when she caught the beloved Winnie the Pooh character in flagrante delicto with what one can only assume was a fellow furry on an off day:

Yesterday evening my daughter took her young child to the toilets on barton hill there was a couple in the baby changing room having full blown sex they slammed the door in my granddaughter face and caught her hand in the door resulting in bruising 2 her fingers this is not on this is a disgusting act and in a baby changing room they were about 30ish the man had a tigger outfit on the woman was undressed not very nice 4 a 3 yr child hope no other parent has witness this disgusting behaviour and slammed a door on her hand

Not very nice 4 a 3 yr child, indeed.




According to the comments on the Facebook post, the man in the Tigger costume had been seen around the neighborhood a few hours prior to the incident. The Dawlish Neighbourhood Police is investigating the report.

Tiger fetishists are clearly having a moment. In October, a U.K. bus driver accused of possessing extreme pornography had his case dropped after prosecutors figured out that the porn featured a man in a tiger suit, rather than an actual tiger.

H/T Exeter Express and Echo | Photo by JD HancockFlickr (CC BY 2.0)

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*First Published: Nov 3, 2014, 11:00 am CST