Fur Coat Made Out Of Male Chest Hair Made To Help Milk Sales

June 25th, 2013 // Leave a Comment

Say what?

Lets be real, who on earth would be interested in purchasing a coat made out of human hair? Ew.

Developed by the British dairy company, Arla, the coat was made 100% out of discarded male chest hair and is currently being sold for 2,499 pounds.

Why would anyone desire to get this made, you may ask? 

A Wing-Co. spokesman explained, “We commissioned the Man-Fur Coat as a wakeup call for the nation’s gents. A way to encourage them to readopt the values of assured men’s men from yesteryear.”

According to the Huffington Post, “The coat is apparently supposed to help promote Arla’s new Wing-Co. chocolate dairy drink, a protein-rich beverage for the masculine set. Launched in April, Wing-Co. supposedly has 40 percent more protein than average chocolate milk, although it’s still unclear what exactly protein-packed milk has to do with chest hair”

The coat was designed by four different fashion designers and took 200 hours to produce.

I may be alone on this one, but I don’t really think a coat made of human hair would entice me to buy milk. But like I said, that just may be me.

By Alexandra Biston

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