"Condom saboteurs" are on the loose across the pond at Cambridge University. After a third-year student reported that a condom she got on campus had a hole in it, campus officials discovered that about half of the condoms in the same box had been pierced with a needle. Now some students are pinning religious student groups as the culprits, but those organizations are denying any involvement. At the university, condoms are typically stored in unsealed boxes in unlocked cupboards. Might be time to keep the condoms on lockdown.
This story reminds me of that counterfeit condom factory in China that produced condoms offering little to no protection. How can you live with yourself knowing you have exposed people to the risk of pregnancy, STDs, or HIV? It's really unbelievable.
I guess we should make sure to carefully inspect condoms for holes before we use them. Sounds like it might be a good idea, especially if you live in Cambridge or China.