Thursday, March 27, 2008

Booze Training Bra blocked by FDA

WASHINGTON, DC - Producers of a knockoff of the sensational new "Booze Bra" faced a setback for their proposed garment, the Booze Training Bra.

The original Booze Bra conceals 25 ounces of liquid in a polyurethane bladder and has an attached tube for drinking. The Booze Training Bra is unlicensed by the original manufacturer and by most accounts a shoddy imitation.

"It's quite clear this product is intended for underage customers, and as such it will not be allowed on the market," said Bev Flagon of the Flagon Derivatives Association, or FDA, not to be confused with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration that uses the same acronym. At press time, it was unclear how Flagon intends to prevent sale of the bra.

"You could put water or apple juice in there just as easily as beer or wine," said the producer of the Booze Training Bra, who agreed to be interviewed on condition of anonymity. "The fact that the product has 'booze' in the title is purely coincidental, and does not reflect any intent on our part to promote illegal or unsafe behavior."
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