Who but the Japanese could invent a bra with a built-in “True Love Tester” that weeds out dudes whose only interest is a roll in the hay? OK, I’m detecting some skepticism here, so allow me to elaborate on how this space-age undergarment reportedly works.
According to Discovery.com, sensors embedded inside the bra are connected wirelessly to a smartphone app that detects heart rate. Admittedly, there is some confusion over whose heart the gadget monitors — the breasts’ owner or the perspective fondler — though it wouldn’t make much sense if the wearer were the one tested. How would that fend off suitors whose intentions were less than honorable?
A video from the manufacturer, Ravijour, only adds to the confusion, but the claim that the bra flies open when true love is detected sounds dangerous. Seems like someone could lose an eye.