The Fake Car Capital Of The World Makes The Best Police Evasion Device

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This invention could also help hideaway said fake cars.

China is known for its fake copy cars of Rolls Royces, Range Rovers, and BMWs, but it looks like this Chinese police officer found something even better to hide the real plate underneath. The mystery hideaway gadget is much more low-tech than anything James Bond would drum up, but it sure is effective. The felony-garnering object in question looks like some sort of magnet that goes over the blue and white plates of cars in China and alters the numbers to evade police.

It looks invisible on screen until the cop uses his finger to peel it off.

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