It’s the new “Bring Back Our Girls.”

The Swedish police have decided that the best way to combat an onslaught of “refugee” male groping of teenage girls in public places is…for the girls to wear colorful plastic bracelets that say “Don’t touch me.”

Right, that’ll do it.

And if it doesn’t, “ The hashtag #tafsainte (don’t grope) is also part of the campaign,” the Daily Caller reports.

Says the Caller:

“We hope this will, above anything else, make guys think once or twice,” National Police Chief Dan Eliasson told news agency TT. “A lot of people don’t realize this is a crime.”…

“If you feel uncomfortable, you should immediately go to the police and talk to us because it’s not ok,” Eliasson said. “Who wants to be remembered as the guy who gropes? For the love of god guys, think!”

Indeed, what newly arrived Afghan wants to be “remembered as the guy who gropes”? Imagine!

As the Caller pointed out earlier:

Sexual assaults by gangs of refugees — similar to the events in Cologne, Germany on New Year’s Eve — happened two years in a row at a music festival in Stockholm, Sweden. Police allegedly kept the events quiet in attempts to avoid public debate on immigration.

The assaults took place at the We are Sthlm music festival in August of 2014 and 2015, according to an investigation published Sunday by daily newspaper Dagens Nyheter. Most of the attendees were teenage girls, but some were as young as 11 years old, according to police.

It’s all reminiscent of the 2014 kidnaping of 276 students at a Nigerian girls’ school by the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram.

The response from the West was…a hashtag campaign: #BringBackOurGirls. Celebrities, including First Lady Michelle Obama, had themselves photographed holding placards bearing the hashtag.

Worked like a charm. About 58 of the girls managed to escape or were rescued. The others are still missing to this day.