Kent, England, police stopped three boys for taking pictures of a lamp post with a mobile phone. No, really. The paperwork given to Danny Finn, 12, says it clearly, "Was seen taking photos of lamp post . . . advice given." Police also gave notes to Michael Fearn and George Supple, both 13, that say "Hanging around lamp post—spoken to." Police later explained that the boys were taking pictures of graffiti.
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