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Meet the latex-clad man who lives as human ‘puppy,’




Lucky, 35, lives with Oz, 60 (a retired maths teacher) and acts just as a dog would – playing fetch, enjoying a belly rub and being taken for walks

Meet the latex-loving man who lives as a human puppy chasing sticks for his master and even sleeping in a cage.

Lucky, 35, lives with Oz, 60, and acts just as a dog would – playing fetch, enjoying a belly rub and being taken for walks.

The pair met around three years ago on an internet dating site, the Coventry Evening Telegraph reports.

Oz had previously been a pup himself and was looking to become a master after retiring.

He said: “I found that it did something for me unlike anything I had ever experienced before. All the decisions you have to make, and the things you have to worry about as a human go away.

“It’s like being on a holiday.”


Lucky, who was inspired to become a pup by the costumes in Batman, said: “I said on the site that I wanted to come and try it out then this year around three years later I just bit the bullet and said I would like to go to Birmingham Pride dressed as a pup.”

That was the moment that changed Lucky’s life.

At the time he was living with his parents in Coventry but he has now moved in with Oz. Both men are gay but they are not a couple.

Lucky an Oz a puppy and his master

Oz added: “We are not sexually together, some pups do it for sexual reasons but that’s not the case for us.”

Oz is a retired maths teacher and the last school he worked in was in Tamworth. Lucky has two jobs and tries to keep his work life separate from his life as a pup.

They often go for walks at night in Nuneaton dressed up but not during the day.

“At the moment I guess you could kind of say we hide away”, said Oz.

“If we go to London we can go from our hotel to an event dressed up and that’s fine but in Nuneaton it’s just a bit different.

“Things are gradually changing, we would like to be able to be like this all the time if we wanted to but I don’t think we’re quite there yet.”

Oz is a retired maths teacher and Lucky has two jobs and tries to keep his work life separate from his life as a pup

Lucky: “I have a human bed and a cage and I sleep in both. It’s a cage for a great dane and it’s comfortable.”

Why do you enjoy living like this?

Lucky: “It means the stress of the day goes away. I don’t have to worry about anything, I don’t have to worry about bills or work.”

Oz: “In some ways Lucky is a substitute for a real pup, he will never grow old and is always going to be a playful, young, flirty, friendly pup.”

What do your families think?

Lucky: “I haven’t told my dad, I have told my mum and she said ‘whatever makes you happy, it’s not my kind of thing’ which is fine.”

Coventry Telegraph

Lucky lives with Oz, and acts just as a dog would – playing fetch, enjoying a belly rub, going for walks, and sometimes sleeping in a cage

Oz: “My parents know I am gay, they know that we are living together but they don’t know why or how, I just don’t think they would understand.”

Do you do everything like a dog would?

Lucky: “I don’t eat dog food, I don’t normally eat out of a bowl, I go to the toilet like a human. I just find when you are a human pup you have to have certain limits.”

How much does the pup outfit cost?

Oz: “Lucky’s outfit costs about £1,000 in total.”

Where did the name Lucky come from?

Lucky: “I had a pup called Lucky when I was eight or nine, she was a really good dog and I loved her to bits, she was my first pet. It felt like she was more of my friend than my dog.

“I took her for a walk one day and unfortunately she had a heart attack and died . Having her name is kind of a memorial sort of thing for her.”

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Newly high-tech weapon tested in North Korea




North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has tested new ‘high-tech’ weapon in message to the US despite having an agreement with President Trump to denuclearized in the international summit, in June.

North Korea state media is yet to identify the kind of weapon that was launch.


source report says, the picture the state media released showed Mr Kim surrounded by officials but no weapon was seen present.


United State have reacted to the claim , adding that they are still hopeful with the promises made by president Trump and Chairman Kim will be fulfilled.


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Japanese Man Get Married To A Hologram with $18,000.



A Japanese man, Akihiko Kondo had the wedding of his dreams to a woman who doesn’t exist.

Earlier this month, 35-year-old Kondo got hitched to Hatsune Miku, a singing hologram that uses a voice synthesizer to perform in sold-out shows worldwide, according to “Inside Edition.”

Despite her fame, Kondo’s family didn’t approve of her.


“For mother, it wasn’t something to celebrate,” Kondo told the Japan Times. Not one family member was among the 40 guests who attended the ceremony, which was estimated to cost $18,000.

Of course, Miku, being just a virtual creation, wasn’t actually there either, except in the form of a stuffed toy. 

Kondo insists his love is as true blue as the color of Miku’s fake hair. 

“I never cheated on her; I’ve always been in love with Miku-san,” he said. “I’ve been thinking about her every day.”

Miku doesn’t exactly live with Kondo either ― except as a talking hologram floating in a $2,800 desktop device in his Tokyo home.


“I’m in love with the whole concept of Hatsune Miku, but I got married to the Miku of my house,” he said.

It should be noted that the marriage isn’t legally binding in any aspect. Also, notes that Gatebox, the company that created Miku, is not expecting the virtual vixen to remain monogamous.

The company has already issued more than 3,700 marriage certificates to people who want to wed a hologram.

Although Kondo’s parents are holding out hope he might settle down with a human, not a hologram, he told the Japan Times that’s not going to happen.

Two-dimensional characters can’t cheat, age or die, he said. “I’m not seeking these in real women. It’s impossible.”


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