Some time ago, we published here on the website about a group that enjoys collecting people’s trash, but not just any kind of trash, specifically women’s underwear.
There are groups that “rescue” used underwear discarded by women. And now, a warning on Twitter has gone viral because someone discovered a profile of a person who was collecting underwear from little girls found in the trash.
PreCure Otaku Collected Underwear from Little Girls’ Trash
It was discovered and quickly went viral that a man was collecting underwear from people’s trash, but not just any kind of underwear, he was specifically collecting those related to the PreCure series.
PreCure is a popular magical girl anime aimed at young girls. A Twitter user discovered this man’s profile and posted a warning, which quickly went viral:
“There are people in the Pretty Cure fan community who are collecting, storing, distributing, and even enjoying used underwear from girls as a luxury item. We ask parents to keep this in mind when disposing of their daughters’ used underwear.”
The above post, which reached 14 million views, became the talk of the internet, featuring screenshots of the person’s profile collecting the used underwear he found in the trash.
In the screenshots you can see in this post, dating back to 2019 and 2020, indicating that he had been doing this for years, there are messages from him stating that he smelled some of the underwear and enjoyed the scent of the girls. He always used heart emojis to indicate the underwear he found.
He didn’t just collect PreCure underwear, but also from other magical girl anime like Sailor Moon, and he claimed to be able to determine whether the owner of the clothes/blankets/socks was a girl or a boy based on the scent.
The reports were so numerous that his profile disappeared from Twitter. Many comments were made regarding the case, and you can read some reactions below:
“It’s so difficult to raise a girl, you can’t even throw away her panties.”
“I’m in favor of cutting the panties and mixing them with regular trash before throwing them away.”
“In our house, we cut up girls’ clothes and throw them away.”
“Seriously, even if these are tweets from years ago, it’s hard to see.”
“He has become a monster, this is what men become when they are consumed by their sexual desires.”
“Wait, isn’t this person famous in the PreCure community? I used to see him on my timeline!”
via: Anige Sokuhouvip
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