A Philippine police mascot attempts to cheer a baby in a shopping mall in Makati's financial district in Manila December 22, 2002. The Philippine police has enhanced security in shopping malls and other public places to counter the threats of terrorist attacks or bombings this holiday season. Selected police officers were tasked to wear mascot costumes as they patrol the shopping malls in the capital to make their presence less obtrusive and more friendly. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
you'd cry too
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Man, you just know you're on the duty officer's shit list if you're one of the "select" officers chosen to be subjected to that getup.
I'll bet that thing is armed.
With a special gun designed for mutants with four large, stubby fingers!
Or perhaps it just has frickin' "laser beams" in its head.
Or perhaps as frightening I bet that thing is a man!
This whole J-Rock thing's getting ridiculous! ;)
I wonder if criminals will start including someone in a tentacle monster costume in their rosters when they go out a lootin and a pillaging.
Its head is cocked in that way that means it's about to start melting and oozing white puss like the giant teddy bear in Akria.
Not to be a crazy fanboy, but Takashi (as well as the bunny/Kiyoko and the car/Masaru) were oozing and spraying milk, not pus.
But yeah, that cocked head and strand of hair/crack reminded me of that as well.
Wait a sec... this is less obtrusive? Less obtrusive than what, exactly? Were the other officers dressed in dayglow outfits or something?
Previously, the entire police force was composed entirely of epileptic, tourette's syndrome-afflicted, Type-A Personalities. Who were all on fire.