The station's call lines were jammed with people willing to exchange their babies for one of the impossible-to-obtain new game consoles. Krause said he had hit upon the idea when considering the difficulties some people faced using condoms, and drew inspiration from spray-on plasters now used in medicine. The man came to after firefighters tugged on his ropes, then held up a sign from inside the window to get his attention. It's a bit like a car wash. The girl, whose named was not released because of her age, was driving around 65 miles per hour in a Mini Cooper when the fake baby sprang to tears, causing her to crash into the guardrail and swerve back onto the freeway where she hit a Ford F pickup truck. Using condoms really isn't the worst of your problems, though: Crilly did not immediately return a message left at his home Thursday by The Associated Press. The snake was uninjured and remained at the home, Miller said. Bob Ruth, who has worked at God's Love for a dozen years, said the shelter's residents don't appear interested in the job, even though they are given two weeks to find work and some of the money raised by The Salvation Army might eventually help God's Love. On Wednesday, only seven of 14 locations around the city were staffed, and that was a good showing, said Stan Jones, an officer with The Salvation Army. The idea of condoms from a spray can isn't new either—it's been around since when German inventor Jan Krause was shopping for condoms himself as a teen and walked away boggled by all the size and fit options.