The Daily Slap has been accused of wearing shocking pants before. All we can say is that they were acceptable in the 80s. Not that it was the 80s. We're 'retro-flamboyant', yeah?
Doctors at the University of Calgary tested the underwear on a number of patients who were unable to move. To be fair, you'd be scared to move if someone had attached electrodes to your buttocks. The current mimics fidgeting and a fidget is the sworn enemy of the bedsore.
Bedsores are horrible, painful and horrible. Far better that you have a little buzz in the bum area every now and then. Bedsores also cost the NHS £2 billion a year. We can only suggest we stop buying them, or find cheaper bedsores from an emerging market.
Presumably there are other uses for the pants, especially if you can turn up the voltage. They could keep you awake in marketing strategy meetings. They could buy you some room on a crowded train. They could even be used to empty Guantanamo Bay of its 'guests'. The 'enemy combatants' could go home wearing the pants and be tortured remotely whenever the US Government felt the need for some revenge, or wanted to inflict some spurious justice.
They could also be very useful in an election year for a President needing to show how hard he is on the buttocks of terrorists. He might want to word it differently though.
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