Japan Invents Smartphone Holder In The Shape Of Giant Strap-on Penis

Posted: Apr 1 2015, 7:30am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 1 2015, 7:33am CDT, in News | Also on the Geek Mind

Japan invents Smartphone Holder in the Shape of Giant Strap-on Penis

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April Fools' Day is also popular in Japan. Anime channel Animax released a new product named Teburakuchin, which translates to empty-handed or hands free.

This is the weirdest April Fools' joke we have seen all day. It comes out of Japan. Anime channel Animax released a new product called the Teburakuchin in Japanese. Teburakuchin means something like hands-free and penis.

The video makes the point that holding smartphones for a prolonged times makes hands tired. The Teburakuchin is the obvious solution and enables wearers to do more. The strap-on phallus comes with different heads that hold the smartphone. Available are Cobra, Samurai, geisha, and goose. Watch the weirdest April Fools' joke of 2015 below.

Via Kotaku.

As reported earlier Google has released several April Fools' Day jokes like in past years.

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