Mannequin leg taken on pub crawl after being stolen from a shop’s display

The people responsible legged it apparently.

1/29/2022 10:00:00 AM

The people responsible legged it apparently.

It marked the second time a display model had been stolen, the owner said.

Shop owner Kerry Mason with one of her legs (Picture: Cascade News)A mannequin’s leg wearing tights was stolen from a shop display and then taken on a pub crawl.The Thighs the Limit shop in Shrewsbury showcases its hosiery on mannequins both inside and outside the shop, with one of the limbs disappearing from the store front last week.

Owner Kerry Mason shared a post on Facebook asking for information when realised one of her creations was missing, Shropshire StarShe soon began receiving messages from locals who recognised a group of boys with the leg at a number of pubs across town.

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Copy link Shop owner Kerry Mason with one of her legs (Picture: Cascade News) A mannequin’s leg wearing tights was stolen from a shop display and then taken on a pub crawl. The Thighs the Limit shop in Shrewsbury showcases its hosiery on mannequins both inside and outside the shop, with one of the limbs disappearing from the store front last week. Owner Kerry Mason shared a post on Facebook asking for information when realised one of her creations was missing, Shropshire Star She soon began receiving messages from locals who recognised a group of boys with the leg at a number of pubs across town. ‘I had messages and texts from people saying “have you lost a leg?”,’ she said. ‘Some people in the pubs when they saw the group with it, tried to get it back, with no luck. Kerry was told the group of friends visited The Shrewsbury Hotel, The Boathouse and then Monty’s but she doesn’t know the fate of the mannequin. ‘But I was kept updated all night long where the leg had been. I imagine it probably ended up in the river.’ Despite being kept in the loop with the leg’s location all night, Kerry was unable to get back into town to retrieve said limb. Disappointed as she was, the strong sense community spirit throughout the saga touched the business owner who said she appreciated the town effort. ‘The fact that the community is so supportive and they got in touch; a lot of people know me and my shop, and they know it could only be one person’s leg and it was mine,’ Kerry said. ‘I am more gutted about losing the tights really, as that’s my stock. It’s hard for small businesses as it is without things like this.’ It wasn’t the first time Thighs the Limit had been stolen from; a few years ago a leg was taken from display – again by a group of young men. Get in touch with our news team by emailing us at