I don’t know if there are still any of you out there that care about Joe Exotic and the Tiger King phenomena. Hopefully, by now, we’ve all recognised that the hype surrounding that show was coronavirus stage one-induced mania and that, at it’s best, it’s just okay.

If not, then I have news that’ll be sure to make you feel something. The Tiger King anti-hero has launched a new underwear line in collaboration with streetwear brand Odaingerous.

The ‘Revenge’ line boasts a bunch of totally ostentatious and aesthetically void underwear. Including the garish ‘Financially Recover Cheetah Boxer Brief’. A brief emblazoned with a portrait of Joe Exotic placed smack bang in the middle of the crotch region.

If you’re feeling a little daring but not bold enough to wear an attempted-murderer over your junk, the ‘Revenge’ line also features a delicious range of colour combinations and patterns for your unmentionables.

Odaingerous previously launched the ‘Revenge’ range in May, featuring a capsule collection of shirts and hoodies that, unfortunately, sold out in a few hours.

If you were interested in dabbling in the world of involuntary celibacy but didn’t know where to start, head to the Odaingerous website. 

In other news, Carol Baskin recently made headlines after it was revealed that her missing ex-husband’s family are planning to sue her for information relating to his disappearance.

Baskin and Don Lewis were married but he had filed a restraining order against her. He then disappeared a day before a scheduled trip to Costa Rica in 1997 and was declared legally dead in 2002.

Lewis’ family have filed a lawsuit against Baskin to submit information and investigative material. They’re also offering a $100,000 reward for any information about what happened to him.

At a press conference in Tampa, Florida, Lewis’ daughter Gale Rathbone said Tiger King‘s success helped spur action in the case. She said: “Amazingly, our little family tragedy has become your tragedy.

“Our search for closure and truth has become your mission also. We all know by now that [Lewis] was not a perfect man. But do only the perfect among us deserve justice?” Baskin told the Associated Press: “It’s been my policy not to discuss pending litigation until it’s been resolved.”

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