People Can’t Steal Them, Then

Posted on January 23, 2013 8:00 am

The New York Police Department wants pharmacies in and around the city to fight prescription drug thefts by stocking pill bottles fitted with GPS tracking chips.

Or, how about this? You could tie them to big sticks like gas station restroom keys.

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10 Responses to “People Can’t Steal Them, Then”

  1. CTCompromise says:

    Me thinks the thieves would learn quickly to “Ditch” the bottle, and keep the pills.

  2. Apostic says:

    You could tie them to big sticks….

    Appropriate for Viagra. Class, could there be other unweildy things that match the product?

  3. NoMoBama says:

    how about giving them bottles full of C4? That would solve the problem much quicker. There would be red…stuff…everywhere, just like when they rob banks. Case closed.

    It’s funny how us intelligent people immediately say “they’ll just ditch the bottle, DUH, especially when you ANNOUNCE you’re going to do it….and the people “in charge” don’t.

  4. NoMoBama says:

    Better yet, have fake pills made of cyanide, here you go Mr criminal, this is a nice fresh batch, have fun.

  5. Rayfan87 says:

    Ditch the bottles, or wave them past a good magnet.

  6. NoMoBama says:


    Our pill bottles have GPS trackers in them so don’t even think about robbing us.

    Thank You

  7. NoMoBama says:

    * You can request non-child proof bottles if your whiskey shakes make them difficult to open.

  8. Jimmy says:

    Just put up a “Robbing Free Zone” sign.

  9. CarolyntheMommy says:

    What a stupid idea – GPS trackers.

    Why not just put up a sign that the pharmacy is a “No Drug Theft” Zone? It’s a much cheaper way to solve the problem.

  10. Cyrus says:

    Six months later: “I don’t understand: people still steal drugs! …and my last prescription was more expensive for some reason! Stupid Republicans!”

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