"We have 200 members and we're terrorising these cash machines."


The pseudonymous Captian Gatso issues this war cry after his group, Motorists Against Detection, destroyed a speed camera in the U.K. for the sixth time:

The hated machine had only been back in action for a week when it was targeted again and torched.

In three years the device, by a school at Flax Bourton, near Bristol, has been set alight four times, knocked down and rammed. Each time it costs £30,000 to replace.

The boss of Motorists Against Detection yesterday claimed responsibility. Nicknamed Captain Gatso, he said: "We have repeatedly targeted this stretch and this one has been taken out more than any other."

For more on the Brits and their cameras, go here and here.