Have you ever spotted two mysterious balls next to the cash register when you visit the Japanese convenience stores?
Sometimes you’ll find these mysterious balls inside the Japanese banks or post offices.
These balls are not toys and not for sale. Do you know what is the function of these balls?
Anti-crime color balls
Actually, not everyone knows the function of these orange balls, including us.
After searching for more information about these balls, we found out that these balls are used as an anticipation of crime in Japan.
In addition to locking the store’s door and the cash register, the orange balls which break when they touch the human body are used to leave marks on thief.
You’ll find these orange balls inside Japanese convenience stores, supermarkets, banks, and other places that have cash registers.
When the balls are thrown to the thief, they will break and burst orange paint that is difficult to remove.
To improve their functions, these orange balls have the following features:
1. The balls tear and break easily
2. It contains bright orange paint that glows in the dark
3. The paint is difficult to remove
4. Some paints stink
See how great these orange balls are through the video below:
Sometimes these orange balls are placed somewhere that is easily reachable.
Make sure to not touch or play with these balls to avoid problems at all costs!
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