The infamous beer-guzzling feral pig which died two months ago could get a plaque at a rest stop in the Pilbara to commemorate his unusual life.
The pig, dubbed "Swino" by locals, made headlines for stealing six-packs of beer and searching bins for snacks left by tourists in the region.
He had been hunted after raiding camp sites at the De Grey River rest area in the South Hedland region.
Swino died in October after being hit by a truck near Port Hedland.
Fionna Findley, of Main Roads, said that the idea of erecting a plaque was suggested as a way of encouraging drivers to pull over at rest stops to avoid becoming tired. She said it was part of a wider Main Roads initiative out of Kalgoorlie that was looking at ways of getting people to pull over at rest stops.
Ms Findley said the plan was still in the early stages but generating the funding would be difficult, so public contributions were welcome.