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Ferrari’s new fragrance-shooting iPhone case is our worst nightmare this Friday the 13th

There’s plenty of stuff to be scared of on Friday the 13th. Black cats. Dangerously placed ladders. Donald Trump’s
toupee. But this new iPhone case is surely the most frightening thing of all.

Developed by some company you’ve never heard of and slapped with the gaudy branding of luxury car manufacturer and aspiring tat-merchant Ferrari, the
Ferrari Fragrance iPhone Case is apparently the “patent-protected” and “elegant” bit of technology we’ve all been waiting for.

Designed for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, the case fixes a major problem for the modern man – the archaic inability of Apple’s smartphone to ejaculate heady wafts of eau de Zoolander every five minutes.

Looking chunkier than a 2012 mophie Juice Pack, the “easy to use” case (because smartphone cases normally require a phD to operate) can accommodate a whole 25ml of Scuderia Ferrari fragrance – choose from “fruity” Black, “woody” Red, or your self-respect.

It comes fitted with one 25ml measure and – just in case you run out and need to re-douse before you get off the Tube – a 25ml refill for good measure.

Now available at Boots for just £30, it’s also rumoured to be landing at your local pound shop from Monday.

Is this the stupidest thing you’ve ever seen or…the dumbest thing you’ve ever heard of? Let us know in the comments below.

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