TECH: Students From India Invent Anti Rape Lingerie...

Greetings Travellers!! Don't you just hate to hear stories of rape on the news? Well it seems as though the level of rape may drastically decrease all thanks to a few geniuses from India. According to reports from Times Of India a group of engineering students from Chennai have invented anti rape lingerie.

It's not only electrified and can shock a person as many as 82 times; it is also equipped with communications software so it can alert authorities, and GPS so authorities can locate the victim, reports Raw Story via the Times of India. Thanks to an electric shock circuit board, located near the breasts, "the lingerie ... is capable of sending shock waves of 3,800 kV," says one of the developers.

"A person trying to molest a girl will get the shock of his life the moment pressure sensors get activated," she adds. Developers, who wanted to do something to combat India's brutal rapes, call the underwear "Society Harnessing Equipment." Now they just have to figure out what type of fabric to use, so the underwear can be washed. Any suggestions?


There is still one problem with the device though if it does enter into the market. Rapists who are aware of the anti rape lingerie would faster kill the woman when they find out that it's on and that they are being tracked by a GPS. This may not happen all the time but in some instances the device can do more harm than good especially if there are multiple rapists. It's a bittersweet innovation. Other than that it's a really good idea, but all this doesn't change the fact that my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.