Cup Tells User If Date-Rape Drug Was Slipped Into Drink

The cup is made with material that can detect a date-rape drug like Rohypnol.

The inventor, Mike Abramson, who is the founder of a company called DrinkSavvy, was inspired to come up with such an invention after he himself was drugged…

The material in question has been developed with Dr John MacDonald, a professor of Chemistry at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts, U.S.

It immediately changes colour to warn the drinker if something has been slipped into the drink.

The hope is that the material will be be turned into straws and stirrers, plastic cups, glassware, and eventually even bottles and cans.

In a glass the material would change from clear to red, to indicate it had been tampered with.

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