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Italy, UK: Speed Cameras Spraypainted, Scorched
Italian speed camera painted a fourth time while camera in England is disabled by fire.

Painted speed camera
Vigilantes set fire to a speed camera in Lincolnshire, England on Tuesday. According to the Stamford Mercury, the automated ticketing machine on the A15 Bourne Road in Langtoft was burned some time after midnight, disabling the device.

Spraypaint was the weapon of choice Friday in Forli, Italy. Vigilantes covered the lens of a speed camera on the via Firenze toward Villa Rovere in red paint, Il Resto del Carlino reported. The incident was the fourth in a series of multicolored assaults beginning with black paint on October 7. On October 20, they used pink paint and after that, silver.

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