Chinese unusual motoring penalty in Shenzhen – BBC News

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  • 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. Video produced by Jilla Dastmalchi and Kerry Allen. BBC Monitoring reports and analyses news from TV, radio, web and print media around the world.

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