***FILE PHOTO***The owners of Paralelni Polis, pictured, a Prague cafe founded by group Ztohoven with the ambition to fight state authoritarianism, have decided to disrespect the new law on compulsory e-registration of sales because it goes counter to their favourite idea of decentralisation. The Ztohoven artistic group has cut the Czech presidential flag, which allegedly got lost from the Prague Castle's roof during their "red boxer shorts performance" last year. Paralelni Polis pictured in Prague, Czech Republic, October 9, 2014. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)

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***FILE PHOTO***The owners of Paralelni Polis, pictured, a Prague cafe founded by group Ztohoven with the ambition to fight state authoritarianism, have decided to disrespect the new law on compulsory e-registration of sales because it goes counter to their favourite idea of decentralisation. The Ztohoven artistic group has cut the Czech presidential flag, which allegedly got lost from the Prague Castle's roof during their "red boxer shorts performance" last year. Paralelni Polis pictured in Prague, Czech Republic, October 9, 2014. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)
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