London commuters are left scratching their heads after a man, wearing a dress shirt and professional looking pants, was spotted crawling on the sidewalk on all fours while being led by a woman.
Seeing a well-dressed man on the sidewalk headed to work is certainly nothing strange; so long as he's walking on two legs.
People in London were left scratching their heads after a man, wearing a dress shirt and professional looking pants, was spotted crawling on the sidewalk on all fours.
If that aspect alone didn't make him look somewhat like a dog, the fact that a woman was walking a few steps ahead of him holding a leash that had been attached to the man's neck, sure did.
The brunette woman, who was also dressed in what appears to be office attire, had a coffee in her right hand and she seemed to be perfectly content strolling around leading a human on a leash.
The odd duo was spotted walking along the side of the road near Farringdon station. Given that they were out and about during peak commute time, many witnesses got a good long look at the pair.
As strange as that may seem, more bizarre things have been spotted on a leash. A man in Tokyo referred to simply as 'Cornman' was seen multiple times around train stations. Dressed in black and wearing a top hat, he would pull a large radish attached to a dog leash.