Japanese Man Spends Thousands of Dollars to Become a Dog Faces Major Setback

A Japanese individual who spent 2 million yen to transform into a dog faced a major setback.


Despite spending millions of yen, the Japanese person failed the tests involving various dog activities.

According to reports from international media, the person, who runs a YouTube channel called ‘I Want to Be an Animal,’ had contacted a well-known Japanese company that creates sculptures, body suits, 3D models, and costumes for preparing lifelike canine outfits.

He spent more than 2 million yen (over 14,000 dollars) to have a costume of a close-to-reality Border Collie prepared within 40 days.

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According to the individual, the mentioned company played a crucial role in fulfilling his dream of becoming an animal.

Later, the person shared various videos on his YouTube channel in the dog’s attire, including scenes of him walking in the park, eating dog food, and playing like a dog.

However, in a recent test involving various dog activities, the person faced failure.

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