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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.


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