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7/18/2016
France, Italy: Speed Cameras Attacked
Several European speed cameras lost the ability to issue citations last week.

Scorched speed camera
In Saint-Beauzire, France, vigilantes covered the speed camera on the RD586 with fat, preventing it from issuing tickets, La Montagne reported. In Haute Gironde, vigilantes completely burned the speed camera on the D137 last Monday, Sud Ouest reported. The same automated ticketing machine had been burned previously in 2013. Last year it was painted black and then orange.

In Scaldasole, Italy, vigilantes disabled the speed camera on the SP206, La Provincia Pavese reported.



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