Offbeat man is flashed - and steals the speed trap
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A motorist from Bavaria has removed a radar trap and taken away, after being flashed supposedly - not a good idea.
This idea has to come only once: after a motorist had been flashed from Bavaria supposedly, he assembled the speed trap ado and grabbed her in the trunk of his car.
* The 29-year-old man from Hahnbach in Amberg-Sulzbach, however, was observed by a traffic policeman.arrest and criminal charges
The arrest took place on the heels. There is now a criminal complaint in the room and the man must face stiffer consequences than if he To-driving quickly would leave it at.
Sumatran baby elephant dies after trunk snared in poacher trap
A critically endangered Sumatran baby elephant has died after losing half of its trunk in a poacher's trap, Indonesian conservation officials said. The one-year-old calf succumbed to a severe infection, two days after it was found by villagers in Aceh Jaya and despite subsequent efforts to save its life by amputating the rest of its injured trunk. "We couldn't save it because the injury was severe and infected," Agus Arianto, head of the Aceh Natural Resources Conservation Agency, said Tuesday."We did our best to help it.
The value of the radar is approximately 40,000 euros - a hefty sum.err is human
particularly piquant in the case is the fact that the driver had anaccording to the speed limit actually not exceeded. to have been
If he suspects the next time flashed, it will probably continue and hope that he was wrong again.
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