Now, deodorised underpants to keep busy businessmen going without any body odour
A textile company in Japan has created deodorised underpants that has become a hit among busy businessmen who have no time to go to the loo.
According to Nanyang Siang Pau, the underpants were initially made for patients with gastrointestinal problems who were unable to neutralise the stink caused by flatulence.
Spokesman for the company which produced the product, Nami Yoshida said the firm spent years creating the product.
"It is also suitable for daily wear," the Star Online quoted him as saying.
The underpants were said to contain odour-absorbing ceramic particles in the material's fibres.
The company currently has 22 products in its "odour-buster" line that includes socks and T-shirt.