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Real clowns aren’t scary: Mr Jellybean

Paul Lockley, also known as Mr Jellybeans, says the creepy clown fad is having an impact on genuine fun-loving clowns. Picture: Les SmithA children’sentertainer has hit out at the people behind the“creepy clown” craze in Wagga.
Nanjing Night Net

Paul Lockley works as“Mr Jellybean the Clown”at birthday parties and he said the scary new trend turned the tables on what clowning was supposed to be.

“I like to make people laugh,” Mr Lockley said.

“I dress up and people laugh at me, but these‘creepy clowns’dress up and laugh at other people.

“They remind me of the school bully–they do it for their own entertainment but in the end no-one likes them and they end up in rough times.”

For the past few months, the United States has been terrorised by an epidemic ofcreepy clown sightings, and now they are popping up here in Wagga, too.

A chainsaw-wieldingclown allegedly stalked Kooringal’s streets last week and another was seen at Forest Hill.

The first recorded clown encounter was in the United States, where children reported a clown trying to lure them into the woods. Initiallymany thought it to be a hoax, but as more sightings were reportedit was clear there wereindeedcreepy clownson the loose.

Real clowns aren’t scary: Mr Jellybean Pictures: Clown Sightings Australia, Facebook

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