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The GPS lingerie sells from a cool £500, complete with a standard Global Positioning System, to £700 with a more advanced model.'Some women are now interested in buying it for protection,' she said, programming it for partners themselves so they are safe on a night out alone.'In London, New York, Rio de Janiero - wherever there is danger, the underwear may prove to be a lifesaver,' she added.
But feminists in her homeland have called her a modern-day slaver and urged women to boycott the GPS underwear.
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Feminists around the world have reacted with horror to a new line of lingerie that comes equipped with a GPS tracking system.
The 'find me if you can' range of underwear has been described as a modern-day, high-tech chastity belt.'It is outrageous to think that men can buy this, programme it and give it to their partners and then monitor them,' said Claudia Burghart, leader of a Berlin feminist group.'It is nothing more than a chastity belt for insecure men.'Lingerie maker Lucia Lorio of Brazil says her design targets the 'modern, techno-savvy woman'.