SALFORD, England, May 23 (Reuters Life!) - Traffic wardens began patrolling the streets of a small English city on Wednesday with tiny video cameras clipped to the sides of their heads in a bid to crack down on parking and littering offences. This is the first time these cigar-shaped devices, which cost 700 pounds ($1,383) each, are being tested by Britain's leading car parks operator, NCP Services. Previously, wardens in the central English town of Salford used digital still cameras to ...
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