Swedish police are now visiting schools to hand out their highly non-effective crime-stopper to 7-year olds.
Swedish police have begun to hand out their "Tafsa inte" bracelet to primary school pupils, so that the small ones should avoid being sexually abused.
The bracelet is designet as a "do not cross" police tape, and obviously police are ordered to believe that wearing such a bracelet, saying "Tafsa inte" (Do not touch me sexually), may help prevent it.
Therese Borg, who is a local politician for SD, and has a 9-year old daughter, wrote on Facebook about her daughter's experience at school on Friday.
"My daughter comes home from today's fun activities. Police have been there, showing their police car and handed out bracelets. So, my 9 year old daughter comes home with this bracelet. What the hell are the police doing ?! At the age of nine one should not even have to think about what the word "tafsa" means!!!! Her friend who was with her was also given a bracelet. She is seven years old!
Dan Eliasson (National Police Chief), leave small children out of your absurd campaign!
// Royally pissed mother slash politician," she writes.
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