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Man Forced Her To Drink The Rape Drug At A Bar, But Then She Dipped Her Finger In The Drink And...

Man Forced Her To Drink The Rape Drug At A Bar, But Then She Dipped Her Finger In The Drink And...
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"Amy found herself on the roadside without any recollection of the previous day. Investigations suggested that she faced $exual assault and was given rape drugs."

We all have read the similar news or known people who have been a victim of this perverted crime. To deal with the increasing cases of rape drugs, four college students invented a handy product which can help the women in detecting drugs in their drinks. It's a nail polish which reacts with drugs and shows that the drink is safe or not. Indeed, a product which will prove helpful for many.

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The undercover beauty

The undercover beauty

Named as 'Undercover Colors' they are specially designed to detect drugs in one's drink.

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Simple and effective

Simple and effective
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It looks like a simple nail polish but had an amazing result to offer.

Process of detection

Process of detection
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The process of determining the drug is very easy. One has to deep their polished nail into the drink. If it's drugged, it will react and start changing color.

The limitation

The limitation
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This drug is good at detecting the common 'Rape Drugs'. It cannot detect all drugs.

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Types detected

Types detected
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It can detect the drugs Xanax, GHB, and Rohypnol.

The idea

The idea
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The creators wanted to build a tool of protection for women against this heinous crime.

For the future

For the future
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The group is working to develop a small gadget which can help women in detecting all kinds of drugs.

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