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France: Two Speed Cameras Disabled
Vigilantes put a pair of speed cameras out of commission in France.

Spraypainted French speed camera
A pair of French speed cameras stopped issuing tickets last week thanks to the work of unknown vigilantes. In Yvelines, Info Normandie reports that black wrapping was used on Saturday to block the lens of the automated ticketing machine on the D13. This is the fourth attack on the device in the past few months. In Toussieu, it was pink spraypaint that disabled the speed camera on the RD318. According to Le Progres, the device had only been installed the previous day.



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