Police Tell Man To Stop Wearing Bunny Suit

August 3, 2011 by staff 

Police Tell Man To Stop Wearing Bunny SuitPolice Tell Man To Stop Wearing Bunny Suit, Idaho Falls police said on Tuesday he told a 34 year old to stop wearing a bunny costume in public after residents complained that the children have been terrifying.

Police warned residents of Idaho Falls William Falkingham after a woman said she saw him dressed in costume, watching her young son behind a tree and pointing a weapon, according to a police report.

An investigation by the observation addressed to officials of the neighbors asks, “who said they were very upset by Falkingham and his bunny suit,” the report said.

Neighbors also reported that occasionally wears a tutu Falkingham with rabbit costume, police said in a statement.

Falkingham told police that while “the suit has” understood the concerns, and could be cited as a public nuisance for that type of behavior, Idaho Falls Police Department spokeswoman said Joelyn Hansen.

Falkingham could not be reached for comment.

Neighbor Deborah Colson Falkingham defended in a telephone interview with Reuters, saying he has an eccentric habit harmless, but in a different way of dressing in costume and making appearances on his property.

“Does the team rabbit, a cowboy suit and a dress of a dancer, but I do not see, except when you are stumbling through their backyard,” he said.

Colson said he was concerned that news of Falkingham habits at home can make it an object of fear and contempt.

“He has never done anything wrong, but wearing their suits slightly at the bottom,” he said. “He has a strange lifestyle at home, but we all do strange things at home makes me very sad. People do not even do anything and they laughed at him.”

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