As communities all over the world continue to be in lockdown, more and more people are coming up with creative ways to keep things interesting. Some have decided to re-deck their homes with Christmas lights. Others are posting jokes to cheer up their community. But this former Royal Marine from Weymouth, England is entertaining his neighborhood by dressing up in the craziest costumes whenever he goes out to walk his dogs. And thanks to his fellow former Royal Marine Jack P. (@jackp593), his hilarious antic have reached the internet!
So it’s only sensible to stay home these days. However, the needs of our pets are different from ours, so pet owners can’t help but take out their dogs for walks even in this situation. And, with all the neighbors confined indoors, the atmosphere will definitely feel unusual. Sensing that some of his neighbors may be feeling lonely at this time, former Royal Marine S.J. decided to start wearing over-the-top outfits to help brighten their day!
“My mate has been dressing up everyday to cheer the neighbourhood up while he takes the dogs out”
Today he is a shepherd ???? pic.twitter.com/tM2U10BM3J
— Jack (@jackp593) April 9, 2020
Today he’s got a lift off Donald Trump ????? pic.twitter.com/WfL64GZJT1
— Jack (@jackp593) April 10, 2020
This former Royal Marine is dressing up in amusing costumes to give his neighbors something to look forward to
We’re not exactly sure how long this extravagant show’s been going on. But judging by the collection of photos Jack P.’s included in his viral Tweet, it’s safe to assume that’s it’s been happening for some time already. As of writing, his Tweet has already gained 26.7K likes and it has been retweeted 3.8K times. In his delightful tweet, the good-humored former Royal Marine can be seen wearing a parade of colorful costumes. One day he’s a belly dancer, then a Roman solder the next!
Naturally, the former’s Royal Marine’s costume collection intrigued many. How could he have so many costumes? Do the Royal Marines hold a lot of functions that require wacky getups? Jack P. was quick to clarify that his friend didn’t own a costume shop. So we can assume that this good-humored former guy just likes wearing costumes. But it’s definitely fun to see, isn’t it? Aside from transforming into a belly dancer and a Roman soldier, he’s also turned himself into a slew of other characters. So, scroll down below to see all his wacky costumes!
For today’s dog walk he’s rocking it 70’s style! ? pic.twitter.com/LxrY0NZ0Ki
— Jack (@jackp593) April 11, 2020
For today’s dog walk he’s gone for an Easter theme ??? pic.twitter.com/imqbGRou0Y
— Jack (@jackp593) April 12, 2020
Just keeping those who’ve asked up to date with Steve’s daily dog walk attire… He’s gone for this little number today ? ?? ? pic.twitter.com/zziZztTJgw
— Jack (@jackp593) April 13, 2020
Another fellow Royal Marine recognized this gallant dog walker
Think I know him, minus beard obvs. Are his initials SJ?
— Marc Wells (@marcswells) April 8, 2020
His costumes are cheering up a lot of people
Not all hero’s wear capes… Some wear dresses and look like sheep. Oh and he did wear cape…. Never mind
— Noisy Glamour (@NoisyGlamour) April 8, 2020
One from my work colleague ? pic.twitter.com/rV3ThSA0Yw
— Chris Horseman (@chrishorseman82) April 9, 2020
Bloody love him. Although slightly disturbed that he has that many outfits.
— Madison (@nycbunnymadison) April 8, 2020
Reminds me of the @RoyalMarines who always have a dress ready for a sods opera. The dress I can sort of understand, they are Bootnecks, but the matching bra, pants, stocking and high heels, is taking it a bit far. ????
— WAFU ?????????????????? (@BlueChipIT) April 9, 2020
Be this guy….??
— Matthew Carter (@matthewcarter7) April 8, 2020
Bravo to your mate!
— ? oFFiCiaL MoNsTEr rAVIng #LooNYLoTto PArTy ? (@Official_MRLP) April 9, 2020
he’s been waiting for this moment all his life! There is no way back! Costumes Forever??
— MonRoW (@CallMeMoNow) April 9, 2020
Brilliant. I bet the dogs are confused
— Kieran (@Rabberoonies) April 9, 2020
We should all start and do this ?
— robertsessford1 (@robertsessford1) April 9, 2020