At an outdoor bus shelter in Montreal strangers have been holding hands this winter so they can keep warm while waiting for their ride.
Not a social experiment, it’s the latest innovation from Duracell.
The company installed battery operated heaters that rely on the human body’s ability to transmit an electrical current because of its composition as 50 percent water.
Two or more pedestrians simply place one palm flat against the wall and complete the connection by holding hands with their neighbor.
The heater kicks in and stays on for a few minutes, to the delight of all who are living through Canada’s polar vortex.
Their new video released this week can make you feel warm even if you aren’t holding hands…
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