A Japanese company claims to have created a swine flu-proof suit that reportedly shields the wearer from the deadly bug.
The business suits, which come in a range of colours and styles, are coated with titanium dioxide which reportedly breaks down the H1N1 virus when it comes into contact with the suit.
The chemical reacts to light and has also been used in cosmetics, toothpaste and sunscreen.
There have been more than 340,000 confirmed cases of swine flu and 4100 deaths around the world since the global outbreak was identified in April.
A total of 183 deaths have been recorded in Australia and 18 people have died in Japan after contracting the virus.
The Haruyama Trading Co has manufactured 50,000 of the suits, which will sell for about $650 each.
A medium grey, charcoal, navy and grey pinstripe designs will hit Japanese stores today.