Robot vacuums square measure presupposed to suck up hair on the ground — however not once it's still hooked up to a head.
South Korean paramedics saved a married woman from her robot vacuum when it attacked her hair whereas she brushed on the ground.
It took 2 rescuers to free the 52-year-old's locks from the domestic device, Choson Bizwire rumored.
The unidentified lady turned on the vacuum before she ordered down on the ground to rest. The device inched toward her as she slept, discovering mud and trash — so it sucked up her hair, too.
She woke together with her hair still tangled within the roving widget and referred to as emergency response once she could not free herself.
The EMTs were able to work the woman's tangles from the vacuum. apart from some force hair, she wasn't injured .
Robot vacuums square measure in style round the world: the U.S.'s Roomba has sold-out ten million since it debuted in 2002, The Guardian rumored. Most models associate with sensors to assist them avoid bumping into furnishings, stairs and alternative obstacles.