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Mug-Shot Friday: A Scary Old Lady, a Drinking Buddy, and the Dad from Jurassic Park

Welcome to this week's post of the Broward-Palm Beach edition of Mug-Shot Friday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mug shots from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, and femmes fatale. Check out Miami New Times' Riptide blog for the Miami-Dade edition.


That nice old lady in the apartment next to yours who always says hello when you come home from work? This is the face she makes as soon as you close your door.

He's so high, even the camera can't focus.

Oh man, what is this guy charged with? Piano-tossing? Volvo-crushing? Oh. "Expose sex organs in public." Um... oh.


Not going to make fun of this guy. He's got unbeatable style. Unmatched panache, coolness under duress. Either that, or he can't remember if he left the stove on.

There are throat tattoos all over South Florida -- cool ones, weird ones, scary ones. But zombie Ben Franklin? That's all three. Are those flames all around him?

Bottom half of the face: I'm tough, I mean business, I will fight you.
Top half of the face: Where am I, everyone seems mean, I just peed.


Oh, man. The dad from Jurassic Park got hauled in on cocaine charges?

Look at this face! That's the face of a guy who knows how to have fun. Excited eyes, mischievous, restrained half-smile, just a little bit of sweat -- go drinkin' with this gentleman and you NEVER know where the night is going.

The most thrilling, physics-defying display south of Disney, but with more attitude and way less vomit. Probably.


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