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8/1/2016
France, Italy, UK: Speed Cameras Painted, Torched
Vigilantes disable speed cameras in Scotland, France and Italy with spraypaint and fire.

Blinded French speed camera
In Pistoia, Italy, vigilantes took out the recently installed speed cameras on the Via Montalese by covering the lenses with a thick coating of black spraypaint, Il Tirreno reported.

In the Scottish Borders, vigilantes set fire to the speed camera on the A68 near Earlston last week Sunday. Police Scotland has no idea who may have been responsible.

In Tallard, France, vigilantes used black spraypaint to disable the speed camera last week, according to Le Dauphine.



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