Hidden Camera: Man Asks Strangers to Feed Him, Burp Him, Play Choo-Choo

How will people react to a man in a suit and tie wearing a diaper and riding a tricycle? What about when he asks strangers to feed him, burp him, and play “choo-choo”? Find out with PETA UK’s outrageous and ridiculous hidden camera hijinks:

By persuading adults to keep drinking breast milk—cow’s breast milk, no less—big dairy really has pulled off one of the greatest impractical jokes. Industry insiders know that drinking cow breast milk is as unhealthy for adult humans as being forced to watch hours and hours of The Wiggles—and that the person who then doesn’t get to drink the cow’s breast milk is her actual baby.

But if adults still want to nurse, knowing how udderly weird that is, why not cut out the middlecarton and do it the correct way?

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And while we’re drinking other species’ breast milk, why stop at cow’s? Why not drink, say, dog’s milk?

Both videos were produced by PETA and PETA U.K.’s comical friends at Don’t Panic London, a creative agency “that never fails to disrupt convention.” And this convention is screaming like a toddler to be disrupted.

So when you’re ready to stop eating baby food and give some yummy breast milk–free beverages, cheeses, and ice cream a try, hit up one of our grown-up food mentors who can help you on your way. But they won’t play choo-choo.

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind