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Cops Tell Idaho Man In Bunny Suit To Stop Scaring Children

August 03, 2011  | 

Idaho Falls Police officers have told a local 34-year-old man to stop wearing his bunny suit in public because he has been annoying neighbors and frightening their children, reports the Associated Press.

Officers responded Monday after a resident reported her son had been frightened by William Falkingham wearing a black bunny costume and hiding behind a tree pointing his finger at the boy like it was a gun.

The officer spoke with other neighbors, who reported he occasionally also wears a tutu with the costume.

Source: Associated Press

Tags: Odd Crimes, Idaho Falls PD


Comments (3)

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Tom @ 8/3/2011 5:54 PM

Some things just have to be seen to be appreciated.

Frank @ 8/4/2011 5:19 PM

Gee, doesn't the guy know its Wabbit hunting season in Idaho. That's better than having your neighbor dressed in drag.

Dan Birdsley @ 8/5/2011 7:22 AM

This guy sounds creepy. He's a good candidate to watch.

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