An old video of Micheal Jackson using creepy disguise to buy a ring and toys for a little boy has resurfaced online.
This comes after one of his accusers, James Safechuck claimed in Leaving Neverland that the late pop king bought him a wedding ring and staged a fake wedding ceremony during the alleged child abuse.
In the shocking documentary, he alleged that they married in a fake wedding ceremony and the singer presented him with a ring.
He said: “So we were like this married couple. I say married because we had this mock wedding ceremony.
“We did this in his bedroom and we filled out some vows like we would be bonded forever. It felt good. And the ring is nice. It has a row of diamonds. The wedding ring.
According to Mirror UK, the incident was caught on CCTV at a gift shop in California back in 1989.
In the video, Jackson was seen wearing a wig, a stick-on moustache and false teeth and his disguise was so dodgy he got stopped by security guards, the publication reported.
The late singer was also spotted paying for toys with a young lad by his side before they went to check out for wedding rings in a jewellery store around Simi Valley in California.
Watch the video below.