Two Indian women have designed a line of 'anti-rape' jeans that send a distress signal to local police who then can locate and help the victim.
It comes after a string of brutal attacks in the country which have horrified the world.
Diksha Pathak, 21, and Anjali Srivastava, 23, from India's northern Varanasi city, said they have installed a small electronic device in the jeans which - when pressed - will send a call to the nearest police station.
Officers can them locate the woman who had been wearing thanks to a specially installed tracker.
Almost 200 police stations in the area have been equipped with the technology to receive the alarm from the jeans when activated.