LEAD STORY: Protection for the well-dressed woman: satellite-tracking lingerie
The Brazilian designer Lucia Lorio introduced women's lingerie in October containing a global positioning device to enable the wearer to be tracked by satellite. The creator said the password-protected lace bodice would make it easier for women kidnapped by thugs or terrorists to be located and rescued. Critics called it a virtual chastity belt, primarily of service to insecure males curious to know where their women are. (However, the wearer can manually turn the device off.) [The Independent (London), 11-9-08]
Another anti-terror lingerie product may also surface someday, based on a 2007 U.S. patent, issued to a Plainfield, Ill., company for a bra whose cups could also function as air-filtration systems in case of chemical attacks. [U.S. Patent 7255627 (8-14-07)]
Now you can buy her the sexiest lingerie and know all the time where she is wearing it. Try to cheat on me now bitch.
As for the chemical attack protecting bras, now we know where does taxpayer money go to when the government funds military sub-contracting private companies.