by Danielle Demetriou, The Telegraph:
The new swimwear has been crafted from a unique biorubber material that claims to protect the wearer from radiation exposure in contaminated waters.
The wetsuit-style garment, which contains micron-sized bubbles, blocks almost 100 per cent of beta rays, according to its makers Yamamoto Corporation, a swimwear company based in Osaka.
A further line of anti-radiation underwear made from a lead-based fabric to prevent the contamination of gamma rays is also in development and due to go on sale in the near future.
The underwear, which weighs close to 7.5lb, is designed to protect in particular the spine and lower abdomen of the wearer from the damaging effects of gamma ray exposure.
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