Anti-Paparazzi Scarf Ruins Flash Photography

July 5, 2016

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This is the Anti-Paparazzi Scarf developed by Saif Siddiqui, who came up with the idea for a highly reflective scarf after a bike reflector ruined one of his photographs, presumably while trying to take a picture of a bicycle's tits. Previously: this other line of anti-paparazzi wear. The scarf has hit mass production but the cheapest model will set you back around $268, making it significantly cheaper to just cover yourself in bike reflectors. Also, the scarf only works with flash photography, so don't think you're safe running around during daylight hours with no pants on and a scarf wrapped around your head. I mean, if you care about people taking pictures of you. You know what I do to prevent the paparazzi from taking pictures of me? Not be famous. It works amazing. Still, I would love one of these for photobombing group photos at the bar. Surprise, it's me again, girls!

Keep going for a shot of DMX demonstrating his scarf, because apparently that's how Ruff Ryders roll.

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Thanks to n0nentity, who only shows up in photos as a wisp of smoke. Creepy!

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