Underwear invention uses metal powder to guard against x-ray machines
Jeff Buske says his invention uses a powdered metal that protects people’s privacy when undergoing medical or security screenings.
Buske of Las Vegas, Nev.-Rocky Flats Gear says the underwear’s inserts are thin and conform to the body’s contours, making it difficult to hide anything beneath them. 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.
It’s unclear whether it would lead to an automatic, more intrusive pat down by federalTransportation Security Administration officials.
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