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Activists decorate German speed cameras as candy canes
A hitherto unknown group has speed cameras in the German city of Saarbrücken disable them to turn into giant candy canes. That was in the context of ‘operation Blitzkrieg’ (speed cameras are called Blitzers in German), as was written on the plastic hulks.

The activists struck, according to local media Sunday night. The police reported yesterday that three speed cameras in the city centre were turned into life-size candy canes. In the pictures on Twitter was to see that they are within full were with colored balloons. That kept the red-and-white striped plastic bags afloat.

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It is still unclear who is behind the action on the eve of Heiligabend (christmas eve). The police removed the red-and-white hulks rather quickly. She was indeed amused with the giant candy canes, but she could not tolerate. “The capping of the speed cameras is a violation of the road traffic act because the devices don't work can do,’ said a spokeswoman on the Radio Saarland.

On one of the candy canes that the police took as evidence, stood with a black marker not only of ‘Operation Blitzkrieg’, but also ‘Yes we Candy’ and ‘Feast of love’. It is, according to local media, not the first ‘Blitzkrieg’ in the city. Last year, a few speed cameras, smeared with pitch and feathers.

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