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