UK kleptomaniac cat has an undie fetish!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Saturday, 28 December 2013


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In the UK a dastardly cat duo, called Catman and Popinn (Names changed for legal reasons) have hit the headlines because of their strange nocturnal habits. They are both kleptomaniacs and many local householders in the vicinity have had to have their cat flaps nailed closed because of unwanted visits by the duo.

Although this strange pair are quite unique, one of them, Catman, has an even more astonishing, and very kinky habit, he only nicks dirty female underwear lying in the washing basket, preferably red, pink or black, not green (Who would?)!

Catmans owner, Walter Wanker (again name changed becaues he's a tosser) who wears a greasy overcoat with pink, red and black undies, discovered the strange habit of his cat after finding the stolen booty in his dirty laundry, very.

Local Police are receiving disturbing calls about a Flasher wearing female underwear stroking his pussy in the park whilst feeding the ducks. However, Walter, relieved the tention by admitting to the police that his cat, Catman, is slightly weird and needs psychiatric treatment.

Catman was last seen being restrained by two huge policeman in a straightjacket whilst attempting to enter a flap as his dastardly partner, Popinn, scampered off with a kinky leather thong betweeen his teeth!

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