German designer releases anti-rape pants

 
German designer releases anti-rape pants
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After the great influx of migrants from the Third World to Germany last year, when over a million people came, the country has experienced an explosion in rapes.

According to a journalist, women in German cities are now even afraid to walk the streets by themselves, as the risk of being raped is great:

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Now a German designer has taken the very real fear of being raped and turned it into a (most likely) profitable business, shows a news report.

The tear-proof pants that has been invented comes with an alarm of 130 db, which is pretty loud, in an attempt to deter rapes.

A previous suggestion to prevent women from being raped came from the German Federal Criminal Police, BKA, and included sneakers to run away:

READ: German women are encouraged to wear sneakers - to run away from rapists



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