Haven’t people in the Vermont prison system watched The Shawshank Redemption?
In Vermont, prisoners are responsible for producing the decals that are attached to the sides of the patrol cars. The decals include some snow-capped mountains, a cow, and a pine tree, among other items — about what you would expect for Vermont.
One enterprising prisoner — perhaps named Andy? — decided it might be a good jest to tinker with the design. So, he went into the computer file from which the decals were printed and changed one of the cow’s spots to give it a distinctly porcine appearance, no doubt humming Piggies from the Beatles’ White Album as he did so. The State Police used the cars with the decals for months before somebody noticed the unwanted modification.
In view of this incident, the Vermont prison system might want to check to be sure that no prisoners are performing bookkeeping services for wardens or asking for a rock hammer and posters of Rita Hayworth and Raquel Welch.