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Belgium, France: Speed Cameras Painted, Burned
Vigilantes in Belgium and France use white paint and gasoline to disable and destroy a pair of speed cameras.

Belgian speed camera painted
In Ghent, Belgium, on Thursday a man began carefully painting over the lenses of the speed camera on Sleepstraat in broad daylight. A passerby used a cellphone to record the man as he walked around the automated ticketing machine holding a bucket of white paint and a paint roller. The video was posted on YouTube.

In Louisfert, France, vigilantes on Thursday destroyed the speed camera on the RD771 by burning it to the ground, Ouest France reported. The same device had previously been burned in May 2016.



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