Another public official is making controversial statements about what women can do to protect themselves against rape.
Surprisingly, this time it isn't coming from an old, male, American lawmaker. Instead, it's coming from K.P. Raghuvanshi, the police commissioner in the Indian city of Thane outside of Mumbai, who said women should carry chili powder to throw at possible attackers as a way to fend them off.
He made his comments as countrywide protests continue after a 23-year-old woman was gang-raped and beaten on a bus in Delhi.
Protesters have called Raghuvanshi's statement "idiotic." Student Kajol Batra countered, "We shouldn't have to protect ourselves with cooking ingredients."