Updated: Thursday, 21 Jan 2010, 4:04 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 21 Jan 2010, 11:51 AM EST
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH/AP) - Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels appears unsatisfied with photos released Thursday showing a Baltimore Colts flag flying from atop of the Maryland Governor’s official vehicle.
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley flew the flag following a bet with Daniels over the outcome of last week's Colts-Ravens game. But, according to a post on his Facebook page, Daniels believes the Marylander is flaking on the bet.
In a post sent Wednesday night , Daniels wrote, "Tks, everyone, for the supportive comments. Delivering a State of the State speech is like turning in your biggest term paper ever. Now...if Gov. O'Malley will just live up to his word and fly that INDIANAPOLIS COLTS flag I sent him."
Daniels last Thursday offered a sugar cream pie from Wick's Pies in Winchester and shrimp cocktail from St. Elmo's Steak House in Indianapolis if the Colts lost. But he also wanted the losing governor display the opposing team's car flag on his governor's vehicle for the following week.
O'Malley accepted the bet.
The photos show a flag baring the Colts’ helmet and the word Colts but also the word Baltimore.
Many Baltimore residents are still bitter about the Colts
departure from Maryland in 1984.
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