It has been 20 years, but former Bayley Principal Anthony McLaughlin continues his search for those responsible for the moooning on bus 42. “I’m always looking. It may look like I’m playing golf, painting a house, or eating dinner, but I’m always searching and I will find those mooners, no matter how long it takes,” McLaughlin says. The incident, known in Bayley lore as ‘butcher shop 42,’ ‘the satellite bus,’ or sometimes ‘the total eclipse of 42,’ is still officially unsolved. What is known about the incident is that it involved one smoke bomb and at least four pressed hams. Citing his ongoing investigation, McLaughlin refused to disclose any further details.