The Swedish police have revealed their new weapon against sexual assaults of young girls.
No one should cross your limit. No one should touch you against your will.
So begins a police campaign to stop sexual assaults of young girls in Sweden.
- We hope that this will get especially guys to think about it one and two times extra. Many probably do not realize that this is a crime, says the national police chief Dan Eliasson (pictured).
The debate on how young girls were assaulted by Muslim men, started early this year when it became known that men (mostly Afghani asylum seekers) in groups surrounded young girls during the 'We are Stockholm' festival and touched them all over their bodies.
This came after reports of similar assaults in many Swedish cities during New Year's Eve, which also happened in Germany and other European countries that night.
Many adults responded with shock and surprise, but young girls were rather surprised that the adults do not understand that this has become part of their everyday life now, reports Aftonbladet.
So ahead of the summer festivals, the police has started the campaign #tafsainte (do not touch) which is one of several measures to stop the assaults. Dan Eliasson's advice to those who are exposed to sexual assaults is to report it to the police.
- If you feel uncomfortable then you should go to the police at once and talk to us because this is not okay, he says.
He also has an advice for guys who touch girls against their will:
- Who wants to be remembered as the guy who assaults? Think about it guys, for God's sake!
In a Facebook event the police informs about the new super weapon to stop the assaults. There, they show a new bracelet that looks like a police cordon. On the bracelet it says "Police - cordoned off #tafsainte". These will be distributed at major youth events.
Now remember girls, screaming "STOP! and NO!" in terror will do nothing nothing, but by showing them the new bracelet the perpetrators will immediately stop the assault and leave you alone. At least that is what the police obviously believe.
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