He’s got the clothing market by the seat of its panties.
Despite sitting behind bars, controversial former “Tiger King” star Joe Exotic is getting close to his fans another way — by releasing a cheeky line of leopard-print underwear for men and women with his face emblazoned on the crotch.
“I can’t wait for the next collection to drop,” Tweeted streetwear designer Odaingerous, which hawks everything from hoodies to facemasks bearing “Tiger King” imagery as part of the 57-year-old ex-keeper’s “Revenge” line of clothing.
Dubbed “The Financially Recover Cheetah Boxer Brief,” the “super soft peachskin” boxers are made from 100% cotton to keep “your unmentionables fashionably stylish and secure,” Odaingerous tells TMZ.
Not only that, but they’re “lined with bamboo/rayon/spandex” and a “classic no-fly boxer brief cut” that allows for both support and comfort, per the site.
Meanwhile, the “full color sublimation print” ensures that Joe’s image won’t fade — even after repeated washings.
Odaingerous also offers a skimpier female version of the on-the-fly design, which they tout as “artwork printed cheeky brief undies … both comfy and flattering.”
Naturally some might shun the idea of a convicted killer’s face so close to their nether regions. However, a soft launch of the “Revenge Collection” in May reportedly sold out within hours, garnering more than $20,000 in online sales.
The beastly briefs cost $24 for the men’s — $21 for the women’s — and are slated to go sale Sept. 7, on the two-year anniversary of Exotic’s arrest.
Along with hawking “Exotic” couture, Odaingerous also is also campaigning to help pardon the flamboyant fashionista, who is currently serving a 22-year sentence in prison for hiring a hitman to kill rival Carole Baskin, 59. The streetwear firm created the “Help Free Joe” petition after President Donald Trump said in April that he might be willing to review the caged cat wrangler’s case.