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Germany, Latvia: Speed Cameras Disabled
Vigilantes use trash bags and paint to temporarily disable speed cameras in Germany and Latvia.

Latvian speed camera van
In Riga, Latvia a mobile photo radar van was parked on Daugavgrivas Street last Sunday. According to Delfi, a passing pedestrian dumped white yogurt across the back of the van, preventing it from issuing tickets until the van's driver cleaned the windows.

In Wiesbaden, Germany vigilantes covered a speed camera on Mainzer Street with a black plastic garbage bag and secured it with duct tape, Wiesbadener Tagblatt reported.

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