Chalk up another one to the Japanese. A super-techie bra made by the lingerie company Ravijour will only unhook for "true love." According to their publicity department, the "True Love Tester" bra can't be masterfully unhooked by some skeevy player who hit on the wearer at a club. No, this bra only comes undone when sensors embedded inside it that are connected wirelessly to a smartphone app detect a particular heart rate.

According to the company that made the bra, Ravijour, a particular heart rate over time indicates "love." And what do you know, they even have a graph comparing the effects of jogging, shopping, eating spicy food and watching a horror movie with "flirting" and "surprise gift" on a lady's heart. What better way to acknowledge being "in love" than having your glittery bra fly open? Ravijour's slogan is "We do anything for women." If I was a woman, I think I'd fear a wardrobe malfunction.

Check out the safe-for-work video, which explains how it works. It's accidentally pretty dang funny, too.