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If you check the sound out,be mindful it may also affect animals as well as kids.
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I saw a story about some convenience store that did that few years ago.
Yes, it seems business owners use this to prevent kids from hanging around outside their establishments and def a convenience store would want to try one.
I see why some would like it but otoh how do we know if there are long-term effects, plus people with young children and/or pets also walk along storefronts,go in and out of malls,etc.
It's horrible, loud and irritating," said, Eddie Holder, 15, who sprinted from his apartment for school one morning covering one ear with his hand to block out the noise. The device was installed outside the building to drive away loiterers. "I have to hurry out of the building because it's so annoying. It's this screeching sound that you have to get away from, or it will drive you crazy." Nobody at Holder's apartment building could say where the loitering kids had gone after the Mosquito was installed.