Shock col­lar firm’s to dog sex peo­ple in bid for profit

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A FIRM that faced ruin over plans to ban elec­tric shock dog col­lars is now look­ing for­ward to a new LEASH of life – sell­ing the de­vices to kinky sex peo­ple.

The En­vi­ron­ment Sec­re­tary Michael Gove last week said the “puni­tive” train­ing col­lars “cause harm and suf­fer­ing to our pets” and are to be out­lawed.

That caused dis­may at Wolver­hamp­ton­based Zapz Train­ing Col­lars, which was al­ready strug­gling af­ter the gad­gets were banned in Wales and Scot­land.

Boss Archie Wanstead said: “To be hon­est, we saw this com­ing and were ready to close our doors. That’s when my wife saw an ar­ti­cle about elec­tro- fetish equip­ment and sug­gested we start mak­ing that in­stead.

“We won’t need to in­vest in any new equip­ment and, to be hon­est, the prices we can charge for the fin­ished goods are much higher than we could for animal- stan­dard col­lars.”

Archie is bring­ing out hu­man- sized col­lars, as well as shock de­vices that can be at­tached to the tes­ti­cles.

He said: “I don’t get it my­self. As far as I’m con­cerned, these peo­ple are de­viants, per­verts and freaks,

But their money’s as good as any­one else’s so I’m happy to oblige them, if they want it.”

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