This has been percolating in my mind for a while.
The Argentines are required to vote by law and the last election they had they rebelled against it by writing in names of fictional characters, particularly Clemente.
Clemente is a duck with no arms, and I guess is a beloved figure. Having no arms he has no hands and therefore cannot steal.
Here's a link to some Clemente cartoons, particularly some funny ones in which his kid, who is outfitted with spiky green hair and a nosering, is arguing with him about getting a tattoo.
After citing all these statistics about kids in other countries supporting tattoos and about parents and authorities in other countries being ok with it Clemente says "But where is the world?" the kid says "In the United States, in Europe!", to which Clemente replies "They aren't the fathers, the authorities, are they?" to his wide eyed son who is no doubt against the IMF and the World Bank and U.S. imperialism and influence in Argentina.