Pink Floyd's Inflatable Pig with the word's "Don't Be Led To the Slaughter" floated away from a concert in Indio, California. Two couples found tattered halves of the pig in their yards, a few miles from the festival grounds.
Concert organizers had offered a $10,000 reward for the pig's return. On Tuesday, pieces of the plastic carcass were examined. "That's definitely our pig," producer Bill Fold said.
The pig which was as tall as a two-story house and as wide as two school buses, was used during the set of Pink Floyd's "Pigs" from the 1977 anti-capitalist album "Animals."
The pig displayed the words "Don't be led to the slaughter" and a cartoon of Uncle Sam holding two bloody cleavers. The other side read "Fear builds walls" and the underside read "Obama" with a checked ballot box for Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama.