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8/4/2013
Italy: Speed Cameras Pushed, Painted
Speed cameras in Italy are spraypainted and knocked over.

Speed camera knocked down
Vigilantes in Venice, Italy knocked over a speed camera on Monday. The bright orange "Velo OK" brand photo radar unit on the Via Scaltenigo had its concrete base ripped out of the ground. According to Venezia Today, days before the attack the camera's lenses had been spraypainted gold.

In Quartu Sant'Elena, vigilantes covered speed camera lenses with black spraypaint last week. According to Casteddu Online, the vigilantes also drew a penis on the device.



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