Saturday, February 4, 2012

Vermont state police fooled by inmates.

This is indeed the far most successful pranks that an inmates can do to a police squad. What kind of prank you ask?
Recent news stated that one of the Inmates working at a Vermont correctional unit's print shop managed to sneak a prank image of a pig into a state police crest that is emblazoned on police cars, and 30 cruisers sported the design for the last year, officials said on Thursday.
The original logo are supposed to look like this 

But after it is printed by Vermont correctional unit's print shop on Vermont police cars and cruisers it looks like this.
As you can see one of the cow spots resemble a pig and the police claim it is an insult to the past and current members of the Vermont police.
Vermont contracts with correctional facilities employing prisoners to make some print products, including the cruiser decals. Police said someone who works at the print shop changed the emblem from the officially sanctioned design.
A police employee noticed the prank on Wednesday and reported it. Police said the 60 16-inch door decals would be removed as soon as it was practical.
The "source and timing" of the change to the design is under investigation, Dasaro said.
"While some may find humor in the decal modifications, the joke unfortunately comes at the expense of the taxpayers," Police Major Bill Sheets said in a statement.
(Editing By Ellen Wulfhorst and Cynthia Johnston)
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