An article at the Milton Keynes today website (UK) reports that a farmer who illegally displayed a 7.5 metre high wooden cut-out of the Jamiroquai buffalo-man logo has been fined over two thousand pounds (around 4,000 US dollars).
The advertising logo, displayed in the grounds of Brooklands Farm was positioned close to the M1 motorway - which is one of the major north-south motorways in England. The logo was displayed for three weeks in November 2006, at the same time as the promotion and release of the High Times greatest hits album.
The website (from the Milton Keynes Citizen newspaper) reported that the farmer, Mr Williams, was fined £1,334 and ordered to pay costs of £746.90 after pleading guilty. I can only guess that this advert was paid for by Sony BMG/Columbia Records and as such they will have to pay for the fine!
A photo of the advert and a little more information can be found at the Milton Keynes Today website.