Categorized | Fashion

Tags : , ,

Man dressed as medieval jester with foot fetish seen harassing women at Raffles Place MRT with glass shoe

Posted on 06 March 2015

He will pay a dowry of 20 cows for the woman he marries.


A man dressed as a medieval court jester suspected to have a foot fetish was seen staking out at Raffles Place MRT requesting random women to put one foot into his glass shoe.

The incident happened on March 6, 2015, as rush hour commuter traffic peaked due to everyone getting off work saw many eligible US size 7s slipping one arched foot into the shoe and letting out an audible moan at how tight it feels.

Eyewitnesses said the man with the foot fetish was stopping random women and asking them if they would want to marry him, as he promised a dowry of 20 cows, castle-living, a wedding to be held in a country with rolling meadows and a blacksmith who doubles up as the village abortionist.

Several of the women approached who could fit into the shoe said they were keen on the marriage proposal.

However, as talk turned to whether they were virgins, all said they weren’t, resulting in disappointed sighs ringing out as the search for a suitable bride continued.


Having feet on the ground is important when riding on the MRT train:

Commuters struggle to stand on their feet as MRT trains test run high speed mode

This post was written by:

- who has written 2685 posts on New Nation.

Wang Pei can be considered a new citizen of Singapore. She has been here all her life, just that her environment's changed beyond recognition.

Contact the author

  • Chiobu


    Gao xi yan