The government is encouraging the public to seek out those people whose glasses are sat too low on their nose, and immediately push them back up to the correct position.
The new legislation, which comes into effect in January, will also withdraw the rights of the glasses wearer to defend themselves, or attempt to block a genuine challenge.
The Minister for Culture, Peter Thape will set up nationwide checkpoints where seditious low-wearers can be handed in, and blindfolded, to ensure that they don’t try and look over the top of their glasses at you.
‘The first duty of any government is to protect its people,’ said Thape.
‘Old people can be a particular threat. The public must be extra careful if approaching an oldie looking for their readers,’ added Thape.