Tokyo – Ayumi Takada, a 37-year-old Japanese woman, owns the most flexible ears in the world and can now wrap her ear and fly an umbrella and handle selfie sticks.
In the second class of the school, they felt that the loos of their ears were very flexible and could be stretched exceptionally. The first use they made was when they were coming home carrying luggage in both hands when it rained. Now they turned the edge of the ear and put an umbrella rod in it and reached home. Now they also walk with selfie sticks stuck in their ears and can also calligraphy by hanging a pen in their ears.
That’s why they’ve been named ‘Flexible Girl’ (Alastey Girl). Compared to normal humans, they can stretch the ear up to four and a half centimeters and they do not suffer. However, after a while, he automatically gets back to his position. Although she used to draw her ears herself as a child, she believes that the properties of flexible ears have been bestowed upon her by nature.