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James Way: Mug-Shot Poser Extraordinaire

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James Way likes to trespass -- a lot.

According to court records, the 52-year-old Lauderhill man has been arrested 15 times in the past three years -- 14 of those for trespassing.

There's nothing too out-of-the-ordinary about misdemeanor trespassing -- even though 14 times is probably a few too many -- except for his mug shots.

Instead of giving the same old dark and disheveled faces that usually grace the pages of the Broward Sheriff's Office mug-shot archive, Way treats his time in front of the camera as an opportunity to, well, express himself.

Check out the mug shots from Way's 11 most recent arrests:



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