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8/25/2013
France, Germany: Vigilantes, Birds Attack Speed Cameras
Vigilantes knock over a French speed camera, while a bird attacks a German device.

Knocked-over speed camera
Vigilantes in Castaignos-Souslens, France knocked over a speed camera on August 15. According to Sud Ouest, the automated ticketing machine on the RD933 was ripped out of its mounting and left on the side of the road next to a guard rail.

In Leipzig, Germany at 3pm on Wednesday, a raven landed on a speed camera on Ludolf-Colditz Strasse. According to police, the bird began pecking at the LTI 20-20 mobile ticketing device (view police photo).



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