Can You Spot The Pig? Inmates Prank Police By Adding Swine Image To State Seal

Inmates at a Vermont correctional unit’s print shop decided to use some artistic license on the state police crest that appears on police cars around the state. They inserted the image of a pig. Can you find it? The answer is below.

Frankly, I am not sure the police officers spotted the image, but it is now being removed from cruisers with about 30 vehicles that have already been changed.

It may be a bit easier to spot on the 16-inch door decals and there is an investigation afoot. I am not sure what would happen to the inmates. While they could allege destruction of property, it would be a rather novel charge since the inmates created the property in the form of the design. They could, however, cite the costs to the vehicles which will now have to be stripped of the decals. The other provisions of the Vermont criminal code do not appear to fit this criminal Rorschach exercise. Of course, the inmates would clearly face correctional charges and loss of privileges.

Answer: look at the spots on the cow.

Source: Boston

30 thoughts on “Can You Spot The Pig? Inmates Prank Police By Adding Swine Image To State Seal”

  1. It happened a few years ago. The prisoner may not even be there anymore, so why punish the inmates.

  2. Now Ben & Jerry (proud vermonters) have to make an ice cream in honor of this talented fraud.

  3. Immoral Bent Cops (is there a straight-1 ?) as ever a serious insult to prime polite porkers !

  4. Response to Pete and the other poop inquires: Right. Suburbanites either move their suburbs to the country or move their butts to the country without a burb. Then they dont like all sorts of things. The worst people who come down here are from Newark and New York because when they retire they cant afford the real estate taxes on their homes up there. They come here for low taxes. Then they want to obtain more government things which cost tax money. They also bring some bigoted opinions about minorities. Also about goats, pigs, any animal thats not a horse. So, what I do in the compost area for the pig poop, is spread it all around out there in that fenced area with my tractor with the big scoop on the front. Pooper scooper. Then I put some horses in there so that the muppies who moved in and dont like the stink, think that the horses did it. Then the next year I scoop it up and put it on another field where I grow stuff. And start over. I put blankets on the horses with numbers on the blankets and tell the muppies that these are race horses. Some of these muppies from up East are the ones who were all for Willard Romney in the primary. Me, I dont buy into that Southern Strategy and I am a Democrat. Lee Atwater came from South Carolina and if you want to know about the Reagan Southern Strategy (and Nixon before him) then Google: Lee Atwater. That strategy is what Wilard and Newt and SantoRum are all about. Get the poor white trash roused up against the African American and to vote for the RepubliCons and big business.

    After all is said and done I would like to get one of those decals off one of the Vermont cop cars.

  5. Jethro

    that’s one of the better ideas for using manure. i don’t think the yuppies who bought their retirement home downwind of the farm are going to like it much though.

  6. To Idealist :
    Pig poop has to be composted and bundled up –not allowed to sit in wet pools and then washed out to the river when it rains a lot. Neuse River up there in NC got a whole bunch of loose wet poop that the farmers did not control. One way is to throw it out on fields and push it around with tractors in the hot sun. Grow tobacco with it. No one can complain of the health risks. Ideally, keep the pig herd away from creeks and rivers.

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