Date: 4 weeks ago   Category: Interiors

Scotland has created anti-terrorist furniture


The British company Osdin Shield has made bulletproof sofas, chairs and pillows. The British company has developed anti-terrorist furniture which represents bulletproof chairs, sofas, pillows. In production of the furniture company protective plates from armor which can secure people during terrorist attacks are sewed, The Telegraph tells. Representatives of Osdin Shield have noted that will deliver the furniture in hotels, embassies, and the museums. Producers say that the sofa, in case of unforeseen firefight, can provide rather safe stay within several minutes. "We have designed this furniture taking into account natural human reaction to unexpected firing: to bend down and hide for some cover", - the founder of the company Dzharren Osdin has noted. Producers are sure that similar furniture will be in demand worldwide, the probability of attack of terrorists is high. Pays off that among major customers of the company there will be embassies and hotels as they most often, recently, were exposed to terrorist attacks. Earlier it was reported that the female resident of Japan has found 15 thousand dollars in second-hand furniture.

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