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When trains are vandalized in Israel, in this case southern Tel-Aviv, officials aren’t so concerned with the graffiti per se—most of the commenters actually appreciate the splash of color—but rather the lapse in security that allowed it to happen in the first place. So when a few trains like this were hit with paint and none of of the creative assailants were even observed, it sparked a bit of a public outcry. If vandals can successfully sneak in and out of guarded perimeters without being detected, many worry what those who wish to express themselves in a more violent fashion can pull off. |Ynet via What You Write|