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. I agree with Richard. Vermont is an artisan heavy state. They should take pride that even their criminals are creative.

  2. The stubby alien things are grain or fodder stacks with twine binding them.
    This is idyllic Vermont, but IRL they bale it in white plastic.
    The cows across the border speak only French.
    And the graveyards here are full of ornate angels, cherubs, etc of stone—-thanks to the Italian immigrants, taken here because of their stone carving skills.

  3. JethroT
    Not to accuse you, but in NC we did a poor job disposing of pig excrement.
    How do you handle it there.
    We poisoned Albemarle Sound, and the fish and fishermen too.

  4. Nal

    The “Find the Kitteh” contests are easier.


    No, they are not.

    I will have you know that I spotted the pig immediately with no red circle to guide me.

  5. That was funny. Vermont has no sense of humor. Should have left it on and had a good laugh.

  6. The cow looks like a cow, the pig a pig,

    What the hell are the stubby alien things?

  7. Of course, the inmate would clearly face correctional charges and lose of privileges

    They will probably transfer him to another prison print shop.

  8. Sorry – mistaken cross post. Pulled an all-niter. Time for bed (in about 18 hours).

  9. The body evolved to desire sugar and fat on a non-stop basis. Both are high calorie items but hard to come by in nature. There is no satiation point in their consumption, unlike bread stuff or beans or green leafy things

    I don’t think regs like no or don’t or stop will work –damn it, this is America. Get you hands off my super sized Big Mac and Coke.

    The better way is to change our food policies. May I suggest


    I watch these two DVDs whenever I start to go off the vegan wagon

  10. Where can I get one of them decals? If I make a fake off of the computer can they bust me for stealing their pig or would it just be a craven image? Speaking of craven image what about the cow in the pasture there with no turds. Not very accurate. Whats wrong with having the Pig as the symbol of the Ver Mont Po Lice? And if they have Po type A lice then why not just put the symbol of some lice on the decal? Type A lice not Type B lice. And if they could not spot the pig when they put the decals on the cars is that not some sort of smell test that they got wrong? And if a pig can not pass the breath test or smell test is that not something that should prevent them from displaying the decal in the first place? And if they were good enough in the prison to put the decal together in the first place with a little literary license then are they not candidates for parol? And since I am a pig farmer down here in South Carolina lets show some respect for the little porkers and not denigrate them like y’all seem to be doing here. Ask not what your pig can do for you in a pinch, ask what you can do for your pension.

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