US Carmakers Studying Bulgarian Safety Innovation

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Engineers in Detroit are reportedly keenly interested in a new automobile safety innovation pioneered in Bulgaria. A woman in Ruse, Bulgaria has apparently developed the personal airbag system.

The 24-year-old ran through a red light and crashed her car into another vehicle at a busy crossroad in the middle of town Saturday, the daily Standart said.

"The two cars were crumpled past recognition in the crash but the woman's silicone breasts acted as airbags and saved her life," Standart wrote, citing eyewitness reports.

But survival as well as beauty comes at a price as the woman burst her silicon implants in the crash.

Expect Detroit to offer this new system in place of rebates.

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2 Responses to US Carmakers Studying Bulgarian Safety Innovation

  1. Black Jack says:

    “Expect Detroit to offer this new system in place of rebates.”

    Not a chance, too much risk. Greedy lawyers would be jumping for joy in anticipation of all the suits they could file charging shoddy construction, irreparable damage to the victim’s personal appearance and self esteem, not to mention the class action bonus, and big-time pay day, environmental contamination.

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