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France, Italy: Spraypaint And Guns Used Against Speed Cams
European vigilantes last week shot and sprayed speed cameras so they would no longer issue tickets.

Adria, Italy speed camera
In Adria, Italy, vigilantes opened fire on a speed camera, landing six shots in total. According to to La Piazza, residents nearby heard the shots in the early morning hours on Wednesday.

Vigilantes in Ardennes, France used red spraypaint on Tuesday to disable a speed camera, L'Ardennais reported. The same device had been disabled with silver spraypaint last month.

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