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Chinatown businesses use high-pitched beep to drive away teens

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In an attempt to remove loitering teenagers from the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro station in DC, business owners agreed to install a “Mosquito,” which emits a high-pitched beep that is supposedly only heard by people under 25. The Daily Record went to investigate, but found that it was more than just teenagers that could hear the beeping: