Leo De Watts, 27, has come up with a new business in England called "air farming". He collects pure, unpolluted British air in bottles and ships them, mainly to wealthy Chinese customers. His website states that the air is "filtered organically by nature as it flows between the leaves of woodland trees" and is "lovingly caressed as it rolls over and between mineral-rich rock formations"... what a bunch of crock!
Since the air is so polluted in China, many who have money are desperate to do whatever they can. Watts charges over $100 a jar and has already made thousands of dollars since he began "air farming" this year! You can order fresh British air from Dorset, Wales, Wiltshire, Somerset, or Yorkshire for 80 pounds or roughly $113! No kidding! It's called Aethaer. Watts even has a Chinese New Year Special - 25% off a 15-jar gift set. How much? "Now only" 888 pounds or roughly $1250! But that is not all... the "price excludes shipping"! That's right, you have to pay extra for that. It's all legal! Are people being scammed when they know it's a scam? No, this is what happens when people have too much money!