Chinese city's odd motoring penalty
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Chinese city reintroduces odd motoring punishment

Police in China's Shenzhen city have re-launched an unusual punishment for people who drive with their full beams on. As well as a 300 yuan fine (£36), they are also made to stare into car lights for 60 seconds.

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  • 03 Nov 2016
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