In a wave of vandalism stretching across dozens of states, "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" stickers have begun to appear on cars and other private property.
"Security cameras show that it's groups of young adults committing these crimes," said Britty Cole, spokeswoman for the Juneau, Alaska police department, the city being focal point of the recent student freedom of speech controversy.
"In a well-coordinated attack, they pick 4:20 in the afternoon to sweep high-density parking lots affixing the stickers to automobiles."
"Police in local districts have received numerous complaints clogging the switchboards," said Cole. "Victims are worried they'll be treated unfairly at traffic stops before they have the chance to remove the stickers."
"What these potheads are doing is destructive and I'll bust heads if I catch them," grumbled a Humvee owner at an Illinois Fall-Mart whose vehicle was pasted with numerous stickers including some reading "Gas is the blood of Satan."
School districts have been put on alert for this new form of activism. Disciplinary action may be brought against students who are committing the vandalism.
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