Oddly Enough Paris' weird scooter problem is now in its waterways
The mayor has called it anarchy. The transport minister says it's the "law of the jungle." Now unfortunate employees of a Paris electric scooter rental company have to fish the things out of the River Seine. Matthew Larotonda reports.
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