Meet the Sexually Transmitted Infections Detection Unit


By usfndns / / In July 2014, Public Health England published a report expressing concern over the explosion in rates of sexually transmitted infections (STIs), with 446,253 new cases diagnosed in 2013 alone. As part of an initiative to counter the rising epidemic of STIs, the STI Detection Unit was created. This new campaign from UK agency Langland features the new STI Detection Unit — a group of specially trained canines able to detect sexually transmitted infections in members of the public. In mockumentary style, it shows the dogs in training then outing unsuspecting clubbers on a night out. Don’t let the sniffers sniff an STI on you.