Lost something? Try Hunter's new toy
EZULWINI - Private Inves-tigator (PI) Hunter Shongwe has bought another gadget for tracing domestic animals and busting cheating spouses.
The tracking device can also trace stolen vehicles and the PI said it was capable of thwarting human trafficking.
Hardly three months after buying a spy plane worth E20 000, the PI bought another gadget which he said would be of great help to the public.
Shongwe said he was selling the GPRS tracker for E800 since he wanted it to be affordable to members of the public.
He said the gadgets were bought from Japan and delivered to him last week Wednesday.
He said members of the public were free to call him so as to learn more about his new gadget.
The PI noted that cattle rustling was a cause of concern.
"I have an answer for farmers who rear livestock. With this gadget they will be able to trace wherever their livestock are," he said.
He said the tracking device reports immediately reports when the animal is harassed or tortured.
"Human trafficking could be dealt with using this gadget. Parents can just implant the gadget in their children’s bodies," he said.
Explaining the functions of the gadget, Shongwe said the GPRS tracking device could be programmed with five vital numbers like the police toll-free 999 and close relative numbers.
He said when one encountered danger, they secretly press the SOS button.
Shongwe said if you press the SOS button, an emergency message: ‘Please help I’m in this location’ would be sent to the programmed five numbers giving the exact geographical location of the person who needs help.
He said the message costs around 80 cents per unit.
The PI said the geographical location would then be used to trace the person’s location until they are rescued. Shongwe said the device would do same in vehicles. He said if one’s car is stolen, the owner would send a text message to the hidden device which would in turn respond by giving the exact location of the car.
Shongwe said for cheating spouses, the device could be inserted in their handbags or wallets and it would reveal the precise location once a text message is sent to it.
"I would like to urge farmers to invite me to public forums so that I can explain how my tracking device works so that they can use it to their advantage," he said.
He said farmers would use a special belt to hide the device in their livestock to help them track the lost animals.
Shongwe further urged families to take advantage of the gadget as a means of safeguarding one another in case of death or hard times.
For more information interested individuals can contact the PI at 7604 2604 or 2415 0849.
And whose child is going to be the first to have these IMPLANTED devices? I hope its your child Mr Shongwe, and if you are successful I hope they get you for child abuse.
Jun 11, 2012, 4:48 AM, Thandi D. (@hotmail.com)
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