Air purifier on public transport stumps commuters drawing hilarious guesses
Confused commuters try to identify the strange device on their bus – with some WILD guesses
- Commuters left stunned after noticing strange device on bus ceiling
- Passenger uploaded photo of mysterious device to social media and asked for help
- Social media users were quick to guess and some made ridiculous claims
Confused commuters were baffled by the purpose of a device that appeared on the ceiling of buses.
Passengers recently started noticing the mysterious constructions while taking public transportation.
A stunned commuter uploaded a photo to social media and asked if other commuters recognized the device.
Commuters are stunned after spotting a strange device on the ceiling of buses
The photo shows a square block with a green LED lamp on the ceiling.
Australians were quick to share their guesses with some who gave more ridiculous answers.
“It’s a public Bluetooth speaker, so you can share your sick Australian rap songs with the whole bus,” one wrote.
Another added: ‘Transformer. Robot in disguise.’
“It’s a memory-erasing device, like the one used in the Tower of London to keep the alien technology in the black archive secret,” wrote someone else.
“In this case, it’s meant to make passengers forget about any public transport grievances, but it hasn’t been turned on yet…at least that’s what I remember.”
There were many more jokes where conspiracy theorists worried about 5G channels.
Other social media users eventually revealed that the device was actually an air purifier installed during the Covid pandemic
Other social media users eventually revealed that the device was actually an air purifier installed in response to the Covid pandemic.
“I suspect it’s some sort of air filter/cleaner/scrubber in response to covid,” one wrote.
The device is an Aura Air designed to remove particles of bad bacteria from the air and reduce the risk of commuters spreading airborne germs.