I’m trying not to laugh at this, but I can’t help it.
The decals on the doors of Vermont State Police cars are printed by inmates at Northwest State Correctional Facility. The center of the decal includes a drawing of a cow and an evergreen tree in a green field, with snow-covered mountains in the distance.
In 2008, an inmated opened the computer file and redrew one of the spots on the cow to resemble a fat little pig. Then in 2009 the state ordered new decals for use on new cars or older car where one door had been repaired or replaced. The state estimates that 60 decals were printed, and some 30 state police cars drove around with the tiny bit of hidden sarcasm for a number of years before the pig was spotted.
You can read the entire story in the Burlington Free Press here.