An American company has invented a few patches printed on underwear or introduced under it allow respect the privacy of travelers at airport controls blocking x-ray scanners. The time has been conducive to the Nevada corporation Gear Rocky Flats, which in a few days the arrival of Thanksgiving, which will lead to displacement in the U. S. , just to sell a line of underwear whose peculiarity is prevent security apparatus airport X-ray revealing the private parts of passengers. The company in question explains that the mechanism that protects the privacy of passengers is a metal powder composed of an alloy of tungsten and other metals that block X-rays but do not activate metal detectors. The designs of the clothing and the patches are very original. The part of the garment which avoids the scanner designed for the pubic has a fig leaf and models for the chest in the shape of hands. In addition to preserving the privacy of the person, the company has indicated that protects against the dangers posed by the indirect radiation of these types of devices. As for the compatibility or otherwise of the garments with current safety standards, the company argues that it should not present problems. According to its inventor has assured the BBC, Jeff Buske, the fig leaf is thin and conforms to body shape, which makes it difficult to hide something under your underwear. This announcement coincides with the recent announcement by President of the United States, Barack Obama, who has said he hoped to have more than 400 machines installed body control this year in the country's airports. . . .