Head of State Cars: Cost Vs Corruption: This infographic explores the vehicles powerful leaders from around the world travel in, comparing the cost of the car with the corruption in their country.
Do the most corrupt countries have the most expensive State cars? Which head of state cars is your leader driving?
Find out below:
Head-Of-State Cars Cost vs. Corruption [Infographic] by the team at Wish.co.uk
Equatorial Guinea State Cars
Katya and her co-author spent most of the day trying to get police to investigate the incident,Jalopnik reports, but the cops were reportedly too busy laughing and taking pictures. As you can imagine, people were photographing the colossal woody all day before a tow-truck came and pulled it off (ouch!).
The two ended up lugging the thing into their apartment and are currently debating what to do with it.
While the culprit along with the motive for the vehicular obstruction are yet to be identified, Katya understood exactly why the dick had found its way to her car.
“Finally,” she wrote on her Facebook page, “the day has come when my work has been noticed and appreciated.”
“This is the kind of cockamamie (sorry) prank that reeks (sorry) of Nashi, the pro-Kremlin youth group founded after Ukraine’s Orange Revolution in 2005. It was the Kremlin’s way to engage the youth in politics by paying and brainwashing them to be their blunt instrument of revenge.
These kids, often from poor families, have strange imaginations that center almost always on the scatalogical and the sexual. They manage to pull off these kinds of pranks by having the resources of the state at their disposal.”
According to The New Republic, a man has already contacted Katya offering to buy the veiny, triumphant bastard.
“He has a collection of cocks,” Katya’s co-author told the paper. “This will be the pearl.”