When Clair Allison received a court summons for speeding, she was determined not to take it lying down.
The 46-year-old single mother-of-one started a campaign that ended in the overturning of thousands of fines - together with some red faces among speed camera bosses. ...
Armed with the throwaway camera, Ms Allison began taking shots of the roadworks.
Realising that hundreds of other drivers may also have been zapped, she placed petitions in garages and post offices to find fellow defendants.
More than 4,200 people were fined after being caught between October 2003 and August 2004, according to the Wiltshire & Swindon Speed Camera Partnership.
But Ms Allison's solicitor says this figure could be as high as 6,200.
Following a CPS review, they will all now have their fines overturned and their penalty points removed
The case may also have left the safety partnership having to refund at least £250,000 in fines.
The police have said that each case could cost up to £250 to review - and there are court costs and compensation claims to consider.
The camera partnership is, however, sticking to its guns.
Spokeswoman Saira Khan said: "The speeding offences are proven - it is the signage that isn't."
But she admits the organisation needs to enforce speed restrictions properly to keep the public on side, and is working with the Highways Agency on checking regulations.
Sorry - you lost keeping the public "on your side" a long time ago - and saying the "offences are proven" when they clearly aren't - if you don't follow the law it isn't an offence - shows the gob-smacking arrogance of this "partnership".