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Japanese Inventor Creates Self-Defense Wig For Donald Trump

Making toupees great again.
Japanese inventor Yoshiro Nakamatsu has created a wig that he claims contains chunks of iron and a coiled strap that can be f
Japanese inventor Yoshiro Nakamatsu has created a wig that he claims contains chunks of iron and a coiled strap that can be flipped at an attacker or a political rival.

A Japanese inventor has created something for Donald Trump that can only be described as "yuge."

The so-called "guard wig" is a blond toupee that can be used to cover the head for warmth or as a weapon against assassins, attackers or political rivals.

That's because the wacky wig contains metal and a coiled strap inside. Hold one end of the strap and fling it at the object of your irritation, RocketNews24.com.

The "guard wig" is the brainchild of 87-year-old Yoshiro Nakamatsu. He claims he's invented the floppy disk -- a claim disputed by IBM -- as well as the CD, the DVD, the karaoke machine, a water-powered engine, the world’s tiniest air conditioner and a pillow that prevents drivers from nodding off behind the wheel, according to Smithsonian magazine.

Oh, and we can't forget the perpetual motion machine that runs on heat and cosmic energy.

But Nakamatsu is saving his greatest invention for the man who wants to make America great again: The Donald.

Nakamatsu unveiled the "guard wig" on Saturday at a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Tokyo. 

During the conference, Nakamatsu showed two diagrams from his patent to show how the "guard wig" works.

The "guard wig" might seem practical for a man whose campaign slogan is more aptly described as "Make America hate again," but, chances are, Trump won't take advantage of this wonderful example of technology.

Trump insists his bizarre combover is his real hair -- not a wig -- and has even invited random citizens to tug on his hair to prove it's real, according to CNN.

Nakamatsu's complete press conference -- all 47 minutes of it -- can be seen below. It's in Japanese with English subtitles.

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