Australia’s oldest museum has defended allowing a man dressed in women’s fetish gear play with Lego at a children’s night time event – after pictures of him outraged parents across Australia.By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia Published: 03:38, 16 May 2022 | Updated: 04:24, 16 May 2022
Horrified parents complained to security staff and event organisers about the disturbing scenes at a popular weekly event at the Australian Museum in Sydney.
The photos from a recent Nights at the Museum event during the Easter school holidays show a man in fetish gear sitting with a group of young children building with blocks in the Lego pit.
The man is pictured in a midriff top and mini skirt outfit accessorised with fishnet stockings and a suspender belt. He’s sitting next to a man dressed in similar attire.
The man’s scantily clad outfit appears to be inspired by cross-dressing lothario ‘Frank-N-Furter’, the lead character originally played by Tim Curry in the 1970s cult musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
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