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France: Spraypaint Disables Three Speed Cameras
Vigilantes in France used spraypaint to stop three speed cameras last week.

Noailles speed camera
In Bagnols-sur-Ceze, France, vigilantes last week disabled a mobile speed that had been positioned on the RN580. According to Midi Libre, black spraypaint was used to cover the lens of the unit, marked with the letters GAGGGC. On Thursday, bright blue paint entirely covered the speed camera in Noailles, Le Parisien reported. Additional remarks were added to the side of the device in neon yellow paint. In Saint-Hostien, the automated ticketing machine was disabled on Saturday by smearing white paint across its lens, according to La Commere 43.

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