Family Sells Fresh Air for 758 Chinese Yuan
By Michelle Guanzon, February 15, 2016 11:02 AM
De Watts family in Dorset in South West England said they are not joking around when they only sell fresh air to Chinese polluted cities for 80 British pound which is 758.10 Chinese yuan.
Leo De Watts has been collecting fresh air with his other family members from the hillsides of his county which he puts in a clear jar and sells 758.10 Chinese yuan for each of it.
He already mentioned that he sold more than 100 bottles to clients in China, where air pollution is a crisis.
Francesca, sister of Leo said customers can choose air from various parts of United Kingdom. They can choose from Dorset, Yorkshire and Somerset which she believed to be different from the air the cities contain.
"Some of the air may pick up different notes of grass, or near the sea it would pick up some saltiness in it as well, " Francesca said.
According to Leo, the said business was not just to gain profit but to raise awareness to others that not all people have the access to clean and fresh air.
Melanie, Leo's mother said that this business is not a con or scam as she mentioned all air are gathered fresh.
"It's got no pollutants in it at all. It's fresh, it's good for you and it's freely available.It's a genuine product. We've never shipped a jar that was just filled in the kitchen or the garage at home," Melanie expressed.
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