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France, South Africa: Traffic Cameras Smashed and Burned
Speed cameras are destroyed in France and South Africa.

Morbihan burned camera
A 32-year-old man damaged a mobile speed camera on October 5 in Nzhelele, South Africa. According to Zoutnet, Freddy Ramulongo was pulled over by police. When the officers took him to see the traffic camera reading, he smashed the device. Ramulongo will face charges on Tuesday.

In Morbihan, France, vigilantes burned a speed camera on Saturday. Ouest France reports that the automated ticketing machine on the RD775 at Vraie-Croix was burnt to a crisp by a gasoline-filled tire at around 4am.

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