Bizarre footage shows the moment that bemused police officers confronted a dominatrix as she dragged a man around on a chain through a busy railway station.
The portly, middle-aged man is seen in the video holding a sign by his side which reads 'On Probation For Miss Foxx' in front of a large crowd of shocked commuters.
Shortly afterwards, a pair of baffled-looking police officers are seen approaching the man and woman as they make their way through Waterloo Station in central London.
The clip was taken on Thursday and posted to social media by Dutty Boukmann, along with the caption: 'Whose dad is this?'
An advert for Miss Foxx online reveals her to be a UK-based dominatrix offering several services
The clip begins with a shot of the white-haired man kneeling on the train station floor holding a card in his right hand.
The word 'probation', written in black ink, can be made out next to 'Miss Foxx' in red ink.
The Miss Foxx in question is standing nearby holding on to the chain attached to the man's neck.
Miss Foxx, who has long red hair, appears to be talking to a pair of officers from British Transport Police.
Other people can be seen going past smiling or watching the scene in disbelief.
The man filming says: 'And it's just a fetish she said. That's why everyone's so happy about it.'
The portly, middle-aged man is seen in the video holding a sign by his side which reads 'On Probation For Miss Foxx'
A spokeswoman for British Transport Police said: 'We were made aware of it and alerted to it.
'However, there was no real offence committed, and therefore there were no arrests or cautions. They were spoken to by officers and left the station shortly after.'
A Twitter page, purporting to be Miss Foxx, posted videos of the man on the lead in Waterloo Station, referred to as: 'Public B***h Walk.'
In a Twitter post, she added: 'I love public humiliation. Network Rail staff and public fascinated, followed me out the station like I was Kanye.
'A priest had a massive grin on his face.
'Me: "Surely you've seen this". Po po [police]: "Not in Waterloo Station". Me: "Get used to it".'