The dress was fitted with sensors to record how many times women were groped or touched

An interactive dress has revealed the extent to which women are harassed in nightclubs.

In an experiment carried out in Brazil, three women wore dresses with sensors fitted to them, to detect how many times they were touched or groped in a nightclub. Their interactions were tracked using WiFi.

The results found that each woman was touched around 40 times an hour.

How surprising are the findings?

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