There's a lot of speculation in the town of York,
New Hampshire Maine about the skunk signs that were placed on many traffic-enforcement signs on April 1st. The signs feature hand-painted, smiling skunks wearing yellow sashes with the word "Enforcer" painted on. The signs also have a drawing of a zebra with the statement, "Whoever says they did it, didn't do it." When asked if the police were going to be contacted, Community Development Director Steve Burns said, "They're our No. 1 suspect." After collecting all the signs, Burns received a mysterious note made from words cut out of newspapers: "Honorary special agent Burns, enforcer skunks in your protective custody ... Be watchful. ... escape possible!" [Seacoast Online]
Agent Burns,,,Roswell? This is beyond beyond.Posted by Canadarm on Thu Apr 09, 2009 at 09:47 PM
I wouldn't hold a skunk real or cardboard in THAT position...Posted by Joel B1 in Hobart, Tasmania on Fri Apr 10, 2009 at 11:39 PM
Correction York, MAINEPosted by zebra in York, Maine on Mon Apr 13, 2009 at 11:18 AM
Heard the skunk prankster struck again with a 3 foot cardboard Skunk dressed up as the Easter Bunny delivering "skunk business cards" to all Town hall employees each one made specific to the job performed. There was a cryptic note left with clues. Then On Earth Day another 4 foot cardboard sign with two Skunks climbing on each other trying to screw in an energy saver light bulb showed up under a light post. The riddle on the back read how many skunks does it take to change a light bulb?-answer-Just a phew. So the joke and mystery continues...Heard there is a website left on the back of the signs made by the prankster.Posted by Jack on Wed May 06, 2009 at 10:17 PM
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