Flatulence filter seat cushion for absorbing odor and providing sound attenuation from an anal discharge of a seated individual
The said cushions are typically used at home, in office environments, for wheelchair patients, while traveling in the car, train, plane, and sporting events or for that special gift-giving occasion.
That is the description of a patent (US patent # 7,073,223) issued today, July 11, 2006, to James P. Huza of Greenville, North Carolina. Mr. Huza is famed, to the degree he is famed, for previously inventing the “Wearable and regenerative flatus and genitalia odor removal apparatus, method of making same and method of removing such odors,” for which he was granted US patent #20050182372.
(Thanks to investigator Martin Gardiner of Really Magazine for bringing this to our attention.)