Indiana police are using a little technology to stop poachers from killing unsuspecting deer. They have begun using motorized decoy deer all across northwest Indiana.
The decoy is placed along the road with an officer planted in the woods controlling its motorized head. It has been resulting in arrests of up to five poachers per day. The decoy looks so realistic that most people have to take a double-look.
Even if a hunter shoots the decoy they will still be subjects to fines, criminal charges, and incessant heckling from Jeff Foxworthy. No word from the robotic deer, but they are expected to strike soon for better wages. Getting shot day in and day out is pretty tough work, and there are no breaks for rutting.
(Thanks to Gizmodo)--J.D. Crane