Stickers that read “Don’t Molest Me” are now available for free from the Delaware Police Department. Police Chief Pigeon Housekey says the stickers are part of a campaign to protect children from pedophilia and sex trafficking.
“Studies have shown that hearing or reading the word ‘molest’ prior to committing a sex crime actually reverses an erection and prevents would-be abusers from committing the act,” Housekey said. “It sounds weird but it’s scientific and definitely one of the easiest and most reliable ways to protect children from being raped or trafficked.”
Parents are being encouraged to place the stickers on their children whenever they leave the house, encounter rich people, or spend time with drunk family members.