Here is yet another piece that works on the pillory base. We have called it the “Wooden Pony,” but have also seen it named catholic guilt. The predecessor for this piece was once considered a torture device in the colonial period in America. This was known as “riding the rail,” but then the piece of wood used was sharp at the point where the crotch was “resting.” The victim was often carried through town, after possibly having been tarred and feathered.
Our version is of course a less painful, but much more fun variation. As you can see, the point of the wood is more rounded, and therefore, though still uncomfortable, will not lead to injury. Your sub straddles the plank, feet on the floor, but just barely. The base is adjustable so he or she can be standing just on the tiptoes.
As with all our products, the Wooden Pony is available in either painted, stained, or unfinished, and in premium or select hardwood.
We think you’ll find this quite an interesting addition!