jeudi 23 février 2012

Theft, arson, boulders, rocks

ecurity is getting so tight in the French Alps that even rocks or boulders are under surveillance. A recent spat has shown a spike in "boulder-napping", where boulders are held against their will and asked to cough up personal details, credit cards and even jewelry. A French officier de la police was quoted "C'est boulversant, insuportable, et une honte pour la France."
The public outcry has been so strong that cameras are being installed in front of prominent boulders nationwide.
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