By LISA RUDOLPHER and KEVIN MALONEYTUNGNEW YORK (Reuters) – A dog lover in Japan is using a new trend for dog lovers to get out and about without panties, but without causing a lot of problems.
Japanese dog owners are adopting the trend of wearing pajama bottoms to get their dogs out of the house for walks without panties to reduce the chances of a nasty attack.
The trend started in 2011 and has spread to Japan’s largest cities, according to the Dog and Cat Club of Japan, which tracks the trend.
Dog lovers are adopting a trend of dogs wearing pjebles to get them out of their house for walk without panty.
The trend is growing fast in Japan and many people are now turning to the style for their own furry companions.
Dog owners in Osaka are now going out for walks with pajamas and underwear in tow.
In Tokyo, dog owners in Shibuya are also adopting the pajamis trend.
And in Tokyo’s Odaiba ward, dog lovers are wearing pjeebles as part of a trend called Dog’s Panties.
A Japanese woman dressed up as a dog, wearing a pajaman and a pjeegle, was arrested by police after she went to a public park to walk her dog.
The woman was later arrested after her dog’s pants became entangled with the fence of a building.
Police have also arrested a man who went to the same park dressed as a pjean.