A woman in Jerusalem has told the Israeli newspaper Haaretz that her husband is allergic to the tinting on her window because it gives her an “airy” feeling.
Naima Haim, a 37-year-old mother of two, said she and her husband decided to start a family because they love each other and they want to have children.
Haim, who is married to a doctor, has had a routine appointment with the family doctor on Monday.
She told Haaretz, “He asked me if I wanted to go out to a car and if I could take his car window to see what it looked like.
I thought it was silly to go to the doctor for an airy feeling, so I went to the window to take a look.”
Haim said she was shocked to discover that the tint on her car window gave her an airiness that she had never experienced before.
She said that she was afraid that if she took the car window down, she would have to leave the house.
“I said to him, ‘I can’t have you putting this on my window,'” she said.
“I didn’t know what he meant by that.
He didn’t want to hear me say that.”
Haid’s husband told Haider that he did not see her take the car windows off and that he never took the tint off himself.
Haid said that after the doctor left, her husband asked her to tell him if she had seen the tint in the mirror, to which she said that “he just ignored me.”
The couple has now begun to pay the costs of covering the cost of the tint.
“We decided to buy a new car because it is so cheap,” she said, adding that she hoped that people would be aware of the dangers of putting tinting in cars.
“The glass is there to protect the occupants and not to make you feel like you are flying.
And it makes me feel like I am a stranger.”
The family doctor declined to comment.