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Pepper Spray Cop Lt. John Pike Gets Inserted Into Famous Works of Art [IMAGES]

Lt. John Pike, the UC Davis campus cop who pepper sprayed peaceful student protesters last week, now has his very own internet meme. Normally, Photoshop-assisted trends like this are fairly tongue-in-cheek (see “Disaster Girl.”) But this meme, which shows Pike pepper spraying characters in famous works of art, finds a creative spin on his deplorable actions. Check out several examples below.

John Pike Meme
Found on: jockohomo / Tumblr

John Pike Meme
Found on: jockohomo / Tumblr

John Pike Meme
Found on: nickbatson / Tumblr

John Pike Meme
Found on: blehmeng / Tumblr

John Pike Meme
Found on: jockohomo / Tumblr

[via BuzzFeed]

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