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France, Italy: Speed Cameras Pushed, Painted
Spraypaint and forced are used to take out three speed cameras in France and Italy.

Phallic speed camera graffiti
A vigilante in Beausoleil, France disabled a mobile speed camera on the weekend before last. According to Nice Matin, the automated ticketing machine was put out of commission with purple spraypaint, with a phallic decoration added on the side. Pink was the color of choice two weeks ago in Saint-Quentin-sur-Isere where the automated ticketing machine on the RD1532 was disabled, Le Dauphine reported.

In Altopascio, Italy, a speed camera was knocked over and tossed into a grassy field, according to Il Tirreno. The blue camera had been issuing tickets on the Via Romana, where similar devices have regularly been the target of attacks.



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