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Breast t-shirt ever! Clever 3D optical illusion t-shirt that appears to give the wearer a B**B JOB without surgery goes viral

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 10/09/2018 Natalie Corner For Mailonline

The image shows the woman wearing a t-shirt with a strategically placed black and white grid across her chest giving the illusion she has a well-endowed bosom © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The image shows the woman wearing a t-shirt with a strategically placed black and white grid across her chest giving the illusion she has a well-endowed bosom A clever t-shirt that gives the wearer the appearance of a breast enhancement is sweeping on the internet.

In images shared online by Reddit user zackishomo, a woman is seen modelling a white top with a strategically placed black and white grid across her b**t.

From the front, she appears to have a well-endowed chest thanks to certain areas of shading; but as she turns to the side, the illusion is shattered as her more modest chest is revealed.

Many were impressed with the talent behind the 3D printed t-shirt with one person saying: 'Welp, people are gonna ask why I’m wearing the same shirt in every picture ever from this day forward.' 

Another said: 'I need this shirt please,' while one enthused: 'That's amazing. B***s for everyone!'

The image was first shared when Japanese vlogger and actress Sakura Inagaki Saki posted a YouTube review of the t-shirt, which was created by Japanese brand ekoD Works.

A short video clip was shared on Imgur, showing the woman 'cupping' her breasts before the slowly showing the truth.

One person who saw the post on Imgur joked: 'This is the most blatant case of false advertising since my suit against the film The Neverending Story.'

'That's amazing. B***s for everyone!' add another. 'I feel betrayed,' said a third.  

a person posing for the camera: But then as she turns to the side the illusion is shattered, revealing the truth that her breasts are a lot smaller than they initially appeared leading some users to joke it was 'false advertising' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited But then as she turns to the side the illusion is shattered, revealing the truth that her breasts are a lot smaller than they initially appeared leading some users to joke it was 'false advertising' Website Teezily offers a similar t-shirt to the original by Japanese company brand ekoD Works © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Website Teezily offers a similar t-shirt to the original by Japanese company brand ekoD Works

For those wondering if they can also get their own fake 'b**b job' a website called Teezily is selling the item for £15. 

The site's product description reads: 'Don't let your dreams be dreams! If you’re tired of wearing heavily-padded push-up bras because they squeeze your barely-there b***s and make you feel ‘suffocated’, here’s a more comfortable alternative you can consider.'

This is just the latest in a long line of optical illusions that are capturing the attention of users on the web.

a close up of a persons face: In May, this photograph of a sports shoe divided the internet with thousands of people saying they think it's either grey and green or pink and white. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited In May, this photograph of a sports shoe divided the internet with thousands of people saying they think it's either grey and green or pink and white.

In May a photograph of a sports shoe divided the internet with thousands of people saying they think it's either grey and green or pink and white.

However, others suggested that there may be some trickery at play, with the colours deliberately changed to fire up a debate.

The shot of the lace-up sneaker, which has a strip down one side has seen thousands of people commenting on it after it was posted by Australian music station 99.3 B-Rock FM.

The image re-surfaced after appearing late last year but is now foxing the internet all over again.

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