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Free Child Microchipping Thanks To Island Police

9 January 2015 by

Hoegh OsakaFREE child micro-chipping will be available for genuine Isle of Wight parents next week, thanks to a new partnership between Island Police, Apple Computers, and U2.

A series of events have been organised across the Island to allow residents to have their children micro-chipped for free, for their own safety and protection.

The micro-chips come with the latest version of YouOS, with location tracking and digital wallet features.

It’s understood that if the child engages in anti-social behaviour of any kind, the sophisticated chips will play U2 songs into their brain until they stop.

A change in the law means that all children must be micro-chipped by 2016.  It’s expected these chips will see a vast reduction in crime, anti-social behaviour, and U2 concerts.

Monday

- 10.30am to 12.30pm at Puckpool Tea Gardens, Puckpool Park, Ryde.

- 1pm to 2.30pm at The Arc Play Park, Oakfield.

Wednesday

- 12pm to 1pm at Esplanade/Big Kahuna Cafe (near the boating lake).

- 1.30pm to 2.30pm at Puckpool Tea Gardens.

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