International Blasphemy Day.

International Blasphemy Day was initiated in 2009 by the Center for Inquiry.
They selected September 30th because it coincided with the date that the
Jyllands-Posten Muhammad cartoons were published.

Naughty Niko (a.k.a. Niko Theris) became involved when he distributed in the
downtown area of his home town 38 copies of the Christian Bible that he had
desecrated. Someone found a copy and turned it in to the local police department.
The event was reported in each of the town's three weekly newspapers:

The third newspaper's editor knew Naughty Niko and called him to
find out if he knew anything about the desecrated Bibles. Naughty
Niko not only said that he did, but admitted that he was the culprit
who did the dastardly deed. That interview resulted in:

The following week reaped responses from irate readers of two of the three newspapers:


The following week, in response to all the above letters,


Again the following week, a final carp was published:

And to cap the whole local newspaper series, Naughty Niko had the last say:

The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) published a short

article about the above on page 18 of its November newsletter:

It's interesting to consider where the unaccounted 27 desecrated Bibles are.