Man in gimp suit back terrorising village after shaking up Birmingham woman

A man clad in a “gimp suit” who terrorised women in a leafy village back in 2019 is now BACK. The mystery masked man ambushed a Brummie hairdresser three years ago – and is now reported to have returned.

A sixteenth sighting of the man has now been recorded in Claverham. The latest witness said to the Sun: “It was the most terrifying experience of my life.

“I’ve got the image in my head of him walking towards me and staring. I dread to think what would have happened if I’d been on my own.” She added: “I’m still really shaken up by it.”

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In a 2019 incident, a Birmingham woman reported being charged at by a man wearing an all-in-one black rubber suit. Abi Conroy, from Birmingham said a man wore a “full black rubbery” outfit and was “grunting and breathing heavily” before he charged at her, reports the Mirror.

Abi snapped a photo of the man in his full-body outfit – with stitching around the mouth and red eyes – before he vanished through a hedge. She told the Daily Mail: “If I could speak to him now I’d want to know why he does what he does. Everything is running through my head, I’d want him to know just how scary it was.

“I’d want him to know how it’s affected me and that just because I’m female doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be going for a walk on my own at night which is what some have been saying. It’s terrifying.”

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