to the inventor, Ukranian scientist Dr Elena Bodnar, it doesn't matter
what your cup size is either as the masks are fully-adjustable to give
the same level of protection.
Bosom buddy: Dr Elena Bodnar demonstrates her Emergency Bra at the MIT Museum in Cambridge, Massachusetts, last night
Litt and separate: Dr. Elena watches as a volunteer demonstrates dividing the two cups in the first stage of mask making
explained: 'If people had had cheap, readily available gas masks in the
first hours after the disaster...they may have avoided breathing in
Iodine-131, which causes radiation sickness.'
She also claims the brassiere could be useful in the event of biological terrorist attacks.
In their cups: The doctor places a face mask on Gus Rancatore, as John Durant, Director of the MIT Museum, watches
Va va kaboom: The bra is said to be able to withstand airborne chemical and biological agents from terrorist attacks
Bra-vellous: The life-saving brassiere is now on sale to well-prepared lingerie fans
Red alert: Break bras in case of emergency
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