Dentist Vows To Replace Destroyed Playboy Easter Bunny Display

By Bill Galluccio

April 11, 2019

A New Jersey dentist plans to fix the Playboy Easter bunny display he set up on the front yard of his office after an angry neighbor destroyed it. 37-year-old Desiree Shepstone, who lives near Wayne Gangi's dentist office in Clifton, grabbed a pair of garden shears and started cutting down the five mannequins, which were dressed in lingerie and fishnet stockings, in front of a news crew that was filming a segment on the controversial decorations.

Shepstone claims she took down the display because she did not want her 16-year-old son to see the scantily-dressed mannequins as he walked to school.

PIX 11 reporter Andrew Ramos asked Shepstone if she was worried about getting in trouble for destroying the holiday-themed display and she told him, "No, I think it would be worth it.”

On Wednesday (April 10), police said they mailed her a summons for destroying the mannequins.

Gangi plans to rebuild the display and hopes to have it back up by the end of the week. He also filed a restraining order against Shepstone and intends to be in the courtroom when she faces a judge.

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