Underwear invention protects privacy at airport scanners
Here’s a stocking stuffer for the person on your gift list who flies a lot and has to deal with airport scanners.
It’s underwear, but not just any undies. This is a special kind of underwear that, according to the Colorado inventor, will get you through the ordeal with your dignity intact.
Jeff Buske told the Associated Press that his invention uses a powdered metal that protects people’s privacy when undergoing medical or security screenings,
The underwear’s inserts are thin and conform to the body’s contours, Buske said. It’s difficult to hide anything beneath them, and the mix of tungsten and other metals do not set off metal detectors.
The men’s design has the fig leaf, while the one for women comes in the shape of clasped hands. Bra inserts also are available. Prices range from about $9 to $20.
Take a peek at rockyflatsgear.com.
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