That's a new way to catch 40 winks! Bizarre invention means people can nap anywhere - but it means wearing a 'pillow balaclava'
Most of us have nodded off on the early morning train to work.
But whereas it would normally mean waking up with a stiff neck, a bizarre invention means people can now comfortably nap anywhere they like - whether it's at a desk, an airport or on a train.
But don't count on being able to catch a sneaky 40 winks during a long business meeting, because the Ostrich Pillow means pulling on what looks like a padded balaclava.
Ali Ganjavian dreamt up The Ostrich Pillow, a cross between a luxury pillow and a balaclava which wearers can rest their head and hands inside. Ganjavian hopes his quirky idea will revolutionise the powernap and prove to be a worldwide hit.
He says: "We spend many hours working all day and sleep is an essential part of our day. So I thought why not create a product that can help us unwind at work?"
|"IT'S A NAP!" - Admiral Ackbar|
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