'Spocking' Money Legal but 'Inappropriate,' Bank of Canada Says

March 4, 2015 5:44 PM

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'Spocking' Money Legal but 'Inappropriate,' Bank of Canada Says

Canadian “Star Trek” fans have been paying tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy through "Spocking," or drawing in the character’s sharp eyebrows, bowl-shaped hair and pointy ears on look-a-like former Prime Minister Sir Wilfred Laurier, who’s featured on the $5 bill.

The good news? "Spocking" isn't illegal, the Bank of Canada confirmed in a statement emailed to ABC News today.

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