The Coca-Cola Ninja Dress

Photos: Daily Mail Aya Tsukioka has come up with a vending machine dress for women to 'camouflage' into her surroundings to w...

Photos: Daily Mail






Aya Tsukioka has come up with a vending machine dress for women to 'camouflage' into her surroundings to ward of any attackers!

Ms Tsukioka, 31, unveiled her design in Tokyo by claiming she hopes it will help ease women's fear of crime and discourage would-be attackers.

Somehow the words "You can run, but you can't hide" keeps popping up.





By unfolding the sheet and stepping to the side of the street, she showed how a woman walking alone could hide behind it to outfox a potential attacker.

Her deluxe model features four sides for a more complete cover.

The experimental clothes designer has already sold 20 of the £400 hand-sewn vending machine skirts and it hoping to market the design worldwide.

She says the idea was inspired by a trick used by Japanese ninja assassins, who cloaked themselves in black blankets so they couldn't be seen at night.




"These ideas might strike foreigners as far-fetched, but in Japan, they can become reality."


Let's just hope a drunk won't stop by to get a drink.
And also let's hope he has some change with him or he will start forcing cans of drinks out of the "machine".

If it does really work, we'll see it in the next James Bond movie.

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