Sneaky speed camera spotted hiding behind trees in Sydney’s northwest

Irate driver spots Australia’s sneakiest speed camera… and it makes a mockery of claims they are ‘only trying to save lives’

  • Speed camera vehicle captured hiding behind trees in Sydney’s northwest
  • Warning sign for motorists on top of vehicle is covered by the branches of trees
  • Ben Fordham has claimed that this is ‘one of the worst examples we’ve seen’

A member of the public has captured what might be Australia’s most sneakily positioned mobile speed camera vehicle behind trees on a suburban nature strip.

The photos were sent into 2GB radio host Ben Fordham on Tuesday morning of the vehicle ready to catch motorists off guard in Sydney’s northwest. 

The car can be seen parked on the nature strip along Palmyra Avenue in Lethbridge Park in Sydney’s west.

The warning sign (pictured) that motorists would normally see - telling them 'your speed has been checked' - is blocked by the trees and out of sight for drivers

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