When faced with a problem, what better way to solve it then by using your existing skills and knowledge? A doctor from California, USA, did just that when his headphones were broken.
Dr. Matt Skalski, a radiologist at Southern California University of Health Science, broke his pair while hoovering. “My headphones were sitting on my desk and the cords were dangling down.
They got sucked into the vacuum all the way up to the headphones,” Skalski said. “I pulled both the cords and got them out of there, and it looked like there was no damage.”When they weren’t working, he used an x-ray machine to find the fault in the cord.