It's our new fragrance line.

DNA Spray.

"The procedure is simple: during a holdup a nebula of invisible liquid with a sysnthetic DNA code is spread in the space. the liquid attaches itself to the clothes and skin of the perpetrator and cannot simply be washed off. DNA-spray is practically invisible to the human eye, but lights up under UV-light. Suspects with traces of DNA-spray are easily traceble to the scene of the crime for the police."
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8 Responses:

  1. Jim Sweeney says:

    I knew this day would come. Skunk Powers, Activate!

  2. Jessica Beth says:

    OMG, it's the Barbie Murders!

  3. Barry Kelly says:

    Sounds like an awesome way to frame someone, if you can get an inside source on the liquid.

    • Michael Dwyer says:

      This sounds oddly familiar (cue wavy screen)

      An additional feature of SmartWater Instant is the inclusion tiny micro-dot particles which enable Police to quickly identify the true owner of the property.

      The idea is for me to paint this stuff on my valuables as proof of ownership. I think a better idea would be for me to paint it on your valuables, and then call the police.

      • Nick Lamb says:

        Keep in mind that police may not actually be stupid. The penalty for mistakenly assuming that the police are stupid is typically a prison sentence.

        The police will find it odd that someone you know stole something off you, that doesn't fit the usual pattern. It might work if you're friends with people who can't afford nice stuff like yours - but then what will you steal?

        They will find it more odd if it's brand new, but you have no receipts, no purchase records, no documentation. On the other hand if it's old they will find it odd that so many people recall seeing the "thief" have it before you contend it was stolen, or else, that you didn't report it stolen until so long after.

  4. I for one welcome our giant Dutch jizz spraying overlords

  5. piku says:

    And if the thieves aren't caught straight away, thanks to the retro viruses also present in the liquid police simply wait for reports of people who glow in the dark.