by Volker Weber


Definitely something coming up through the "leg" to support him, but considering how incredibly motionless both his legs appear, I have to think he's a double-amputee.

Kevin Pettitt, 2010-05-04

I have a couple chairs like that for sale for a reasonable price.

Timo Stamm, 2010-05-04

Now, that is one funny comment. :-)

Volker Weber, 2010-05-04

Dutch technology or Dutch fantasy?

Whatever it is, it certainly looks impressive..

Pieterjan Lansbergen, 2010-05-04

Although double amputee, what is supporting his back - he must have incredible 6-pack ab to hold that position in such relaxed mood.

Ahmad Zidni Mat, 2010-05-05

Come on guys, do I have to make a drawing of how this works? You start with a skinny guy.

Volker Weber, 2010-05-05

Thanks to the interwebs, here is your spoiler alert. Still, it certainly belongs in the file, "Things You Don't See Everyday."

Gregg Eldred, 2010-05-06

Kind of stiff this suit.

Martin Hiegl, 2010-05-06

What happens when he needs to pee?

Andrew Magerman, 2010-05-06

What happens when he needs to pee?

Well, about that pipe running up his trowser leg? It is multi-functional.

Jan-Piet Mens, 2010-05-06

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