The police of a Melbourne, Australia suburb recently made a profound discovery — classical music is a highly effective teenager repellent. To deter pesky hordes of migrating mallrats at a local shopping center's bus terminal, the Knox police are continually spraying the area with a heavy cloud of Bach, Beethoven, and Chopin.
According to the Knox Reader
, this preventative measure was first trialed at a train station swarming with unruly youths, and has apparently been successful thus far.
Just out of curiosity, we did a little Google searching, and unfortunately, this classical music form of pesticide is not yet offered by most pest control professionals, but it doesn't hurt to ask! We asked Google and discovered this...perhaps a perfume form of anti-angsty teen spray? I'll take 10.