Move over, Penn and Teller, your truth-telling is of no use now that Wikipedians are crying B.S.!
Oh, also: Beaches is a funny movie.
The often repeated story that the brassiere was invented by a man named Otto Titzling (phonetically, the humorous tit-sling) who lost a lawsuit with one Phillip de Brassiere (“fill up de’ brassiere”) is an example of an urban myth. This story comes from a book of that name published in 1971. Both names are used in a humorous song sung by Bette Midler, in the movie Beaches.