There’s nothing illegal about a foot fetish but police in Conway, Arkansas, are looking for a toe-sucking man they said has crossed the line into assault.
Police have received two complaints in the past week about a man who seems desperate to suck women’s toes…whether they want him to or not.
“We want him off the streets,” said Conway police spokeswoman LaTresha Woodruff.Last Saturday, Ruth Harris, 83, told police she was sitting in a chair in front of her apartment when a man approached and said he liked her feet. According to a police report, the man took off one of her shoes and began sucking on her toe.
“The man then asked if he could kiss her and she had told him no and told him he was crazy,” the report stated.The man left quickly after people walked into the apartment complex’s courtyard.On Tuesday, police received another call from a woman who said that on Saturday she was shopping when she noticed a man staring at her. The man then told the woman that he had a foot fetish and that “her toes are so long and succulent” and he wanted to suck them. When the woman’s cell phone rang, the man retreated.She told police the man had “messed up toes.”It is not the first time that Conway has dealt with this sort of complaint.
In the 1990s, a man who was known as the “Toe Suck Fairy” kept Arkansans captivated with his foot fondling antics in Conway and Little Rock.That assailant, Michael Robert Wyatt, pretended to be a podiatrist in order to fondle and suck a Conway woman’s toes at a clothing store. He received probation, a fine and court-ordered therapy but his probation was revoked after he was arrested in another town on similar charges.
In 1991, he was convicted of making threats for telling a convenience store clerk that he wanted to cut off her feet and suck her toes while she bled to death. Wyatt was sentenced to four years in state prison. He served just more than one year in prison, according to Conway police.Some two decades later, police have not ruled out the possibility that the current toe-sucker could be the same man.
by Jeff Millins