Thieves are looking for cars to break in. And this Twitter user’s father has a great idea to protect his car from the thieves.
I visited my parents’ house on Father’s Day and saw my dad’s sheer madness in his attempt of crime prevention. He actually got his car broken into by thieves twice this year.
There is a scary mask with luminous eyes in in the dim light of the car. The Twitter user’s dad had his car navigation device stolen twice then came up with this security measure.
Despite the final epic looks, the dad actually bought all the materials, including the bulbs of the scary eyes at a 100-yen store.
The Police statistics reports there were 89,039 cases of vehicle-related theft in 2012. You’ll never know whose car will get broken into next. Please take a counter measure that can deter vehicle thieves. Effective counter measures are, for example: avoiding parking on the quiet street; always locking the doors; and not leaving valuable items inside the car.