Born in 1883 a Maggie May from Glasgow talks about how she has managed to stay alive for so long.
"I ran out of salt one day when I was eating my fish and chips, so I sprinkled some 'Calgon' over my dinner"
"It tasted lovely so I stopped using salt and had a sprinkle of 'Calgon' with every meal. My bowels and constitution felt alot better the 'Calgon' really cleared me out"
Proctor and Gamble whose advertising jingle "Washing Machines live longer with Calgon" say they are alarmed with what Maggie May has revealed.
"The Calgon, should have killed her stone dead, it's an industrial chemical for removing limescale"
Proctor and Gamble are now passing the formula for Calgon to their Pharmaceutical division for investigation.