The Oregon Ducks are missing two of their most popular mascots after a viral video surfaced showing a Pacman-themed car in a video posted online in March.
In a series of tweets, the Ducks said the Pacman car had been taken off the road and replaced by a more traditional car.
They said the two are safe.
The Pacman cars were taken off Oregon roads and replaced with a Pac-man-inspired car in an effort to raise awareness about the dangers of plastic pollution.
The car was spotted by a man in the video wearing a PacMan shirt, and a PacMAN sign on the front bumper.
A Pac-Man mascot was seen in the background.
In the video, the man with the PacMan T-shirt was seen driving along the highway while a PacManiac sign is displayed on the passenger side.
The sign says, “Pacman’s back!”
A spokesperson for the Oregon Department of Transportation said the department was aware of the incident and has contacted the man who posted the video.
Oregon has had a large amount of plastic debris in the state.
Last year, plastic was used in approximately 1,000,000 tons of waste, the most in the country, according to a recent study by the Oregon Environmental Council.
Oregon, California and Washington have been hit the hardest by plastic pollution, according the Oregon EPA.
In February, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service issued a temporary ban on the importation of plastic bottles, containers and other waste from overseas.
Oregon officials have said the issue is not unique to the Pacific Northwest.
Oregon, which is the largest producer of plastic in the nation, has seen a recent spike in plastic in its waterways, according a report by the Associated Press.