Who Burned 800 Cars In France on New Years Eve? The Amish? Or The Religion Of…

Original reports are not saying who this was done by. Although, when that’s the case, who can you usually expect it to be? Probably not the Amish.

A total of 804 vehicles were set aflame in all of France on New Year’s Eve, a 14.5 per cent decrease from the previous year, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said on Twitter Friday.

The 2014-2015 celebrations saw 940 cars burned.

Burning automobiles as a way to ring in the new year has grown into a trend in recent years, with mostly young men using it as a form of protest.

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The ministry said 622 people were taken into custody by French authorities over New Year’s, twice as many as a year before.

Read more: Daily Sabah

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