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Hardman v Chief Constable of Avon [1986] Crim LR 330

The defendants had drawn silhouettes on the pavement in water soluble paints. The paint would have worn off after a few days wear but the council arranged to have the pavement cleaned.

Held:

As expense had been incurred to put the pavement back to its original condition, the painting did constitute damage.
 
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