Why does this person wear a cage-like helmet all the time?


 
Smoking is a bad habit that can ruin a person's life. If left unmanaged, they can be left astray and lose the right path.

Many people quit smoking which is a very difficult task. Today we are going to tell you the story of a person who is old but very interesting and can be a lesson for people.

Ibrahim Youssel, a Turkish citizen who easily smoked two packs of cigarettes a day. Ibrahim himself was very upset by this bad habit and every time he backed away from the intention of quitting smoking. Ibrahim started smoking at the age of 16.

The life of a smoker is said to be ten years shorter than that of a person who is safe from the habit of smoking. 


He says he has made several unsuccessful attempts to quit smoking in the past, but later found a solution. A Turkish man made a cage-like helmet by observing a motorcycle helmet. His father died of lung cancer and was addicted to smoking.

So Ibrahim Youssel started wearing a copper helmet to stop himself from smoking.


Abraham was determined to quit smoking. He locked his face with two locks in a copper helmet. The helmet was made of 130 feet of copper wire. Abraham designed the cage according to his face so that he could breathe easily and shake his head inside the cage.


The most interesting thing was that when Ibrahim went to the office, he would lock his face in the cage and leave the keys with his daughter and wife. He did all this just to quit smoking.

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