Donâ€™t wear expensive stuff in Rotterdam â€“ unless you can prove you bought it!
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | `Fashion Policeâ€™ in the Dutch city of Rotterdam is rolling out a new and highly controversial pilot program aimed at reducing crime.
The program will target young men wearing designer clothing or expensive jewelry who supposedly look like theyâ€™re too poor to afford the items in question.
If theyâ€™re unable to adequately prove to the police how they were able to purchase their clothes and/or accessories, the items will potentially be confiscated on the spot, with suspects expected to strip down in the street.
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