By Andrew Hough LONDON, April 30 (Reuters Life!) - British school traffic crossing helpers are being armed with new high-tech weapons in a bid to fight a growing number of so-called "lollipop" rage incidents. Lollipops are the "Stop" signs carried by the yellow-jacketed men and women who help children to cross the road at the ubiquitous zebra-striped pedestrian crossings near schools. Trouble is, many drivers fail to heed them and some become downright aggressive. Now the signs are to ...
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