A woman has come forward to reveal that she used to suck the air out of people’s faces to mask their discomfort during cold weather.
The woman, who did not want to be named, told News24 that in 2014 she met a man who said he was going to a wedding in the city and he had a new invention he wanted to show to her.
She said the man had put a blanket over the door to keep out the cold and she had put some fabric over her face so that when he opened it, she could inhale.
“I thought, ‘What am I going to do if I am cold?'”
The man was so excited he said, ‘I am going to blow your face off!'” she said.
After the wedding, she told the man, “I am so happy to have found this solution.
I wish it was true.””
I have to be careful to not get too close to people,” she said, adding that she was able to hold onto his hand and he could get away.”
I think I sucked it for a few seconds.
“News24 asked the man to describe his invention.”
It is an air-sucking device which is like an air freshener, but it is made from carbon nanotubes.
It is about a metre wide, one metre long and three metres tall.
“The man said it would be able to suck around 1,000 times its own weight in air.”
When I first tried it, I was really scared, I thought I was going crazy.
I thought the man would die!
“The woman said she decided to try it because she had felt the same way about being cold.
It was about three weeks before she felt better.
News26 spoke to the man about the invention, which he said he did not believe in and had been planning for some time.
He said he would like to make the device for other people and would also like to see it used for the general public.”
People are going to be a little worried if I put this on a door and people are going get cold,” he said.”
There is a little bit of hope, but I am not sure it will work.