Freddie Kruger Meets It. A Child’s Dream Combination.

I wish a clown like this had been available for every MTV Sweet Sixteen I’ve ever had the misfortune of watching. Just at the point where the parents bring their ungrateful tyrant of a child outside to see which car they’ll be driving to school the next day, a clown jumps out and either beats them senseless or at a minimum throws a pie in their face.

While this would make for some dream TV, I don’t think it’s the market Swiss actor Dominic Deville is looking to corner. If you hire this evil clown, throughout the week leading up to the child’s birthday they will find scary notes warning of an impending attack as well as text messages, phone calls and letters.

Apparently in the days before the birthday, “The child feels more and more that it is being pursued,” says Deville. “The clown’s one and only aim is to smash a cake into the face of his victim, when they least expect it, during the course of seven days.”

“If at any point the kids get scared or their parents are concerned we stop right there,” he said. “But most kids absolutely love being scared senseless.”

An interesting idea, which I’m fairly certain knowing the USA, will result in us hearing a defence plea for a murder trial based upon a paranoia complex as a side-effect to an impending evil clown attack suffered when the perpetrator was younger.