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Two French Speed Cameras Burned, Painted
Vigilantes last week took a pair of French speed cameras out of service with fire and paint.

Renty speed camera painted
In Arbois, France, vigilantes destroyed the speed camera on the RN83 near Besancon on August 28, L'Est Republicain reported. Around the same time, the automated ticketing machine on the D928 in Renty was covered in bright orange spraypaint, according to La Voix du Nord.

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