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Maryland, Italy: Speed Camera Toppled, Sign Spun
Maryland speed camera knocked over while Italian speed camera warning sign twisted.

San Teodoro spun sign
In Olney, Maryland, a vigilante rammed a speed camera on Tuesday. The force of the blow knocked the automated ticketing machine near Georgia Avenue and King William Drive off its base, WUSA-TV reported.

In San Teodoro, Italy a speed camera was disabled more creatively. At some point on Tuesday, vigilantes spun the legally required photo enforcement warning sign so that it was no longer visible to traffic, according to La Nazione. As a result, citations issued that day cannot be prosecuted in court.



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