While he waits for Nintendo's newly-reinforced Wiimote straps to find their way stateside, here's a guy who created his own solution involving a handcuff he picked up at a local S&M shop. That's right, he's handcuffing the remote to his wrist, ensuring that a flying controller won't explode his TV set or nearly poke out an eye.
Good thing that handcuff has a panic button to instantly release it in case the key is lost. Having a Wiimote handcuffed to your wrist might be kinda hard to explain at the office the next morning.
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