Like any other baby, Stanley sleeps in a crib, wears diapers, and loves nothing better than being comforted by his mother as she bottle feeds him.
Except Stanley Thornton is 30-years-old – and his ‘mother’ is really his room-mate.
Mr Thornton seeks comfort in being treated like a baby, a condition known as paraphilic infantilism.
The ‘adult baby’ lives out his fantasies at his California apartment, where he has built himself a giant crib, play pen and even a man-sized high chair.
Now here’s a novel concept: a stage adaptation of the movie Scarface performed entirely by children. Scarface, of course, is the classic film charting the rise and fall of an uber-violent druglord. Some of the kid safe changes include the use of NERF guns and replacing cocaine with popcorn.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear to be an actual production and the LA Times newspaper is calling it a hoax. Still, it’s pretty funny.