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Mug-Shot Friday: Naptime, a Ruined Luau, and the Truth About Relationships

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Welcome to this week's post of the Broward-Palm Beach edition of Mug-Shot Friday, a long-standing 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.

-- Read enough Nicholas Sparks novels and you can almost forget that most relationships actually end with throat tattoos like this one. Happy day-after-Valentine's, Antonio. Love is pain.

-- What's going on at the processing center that this guy looks so drowsy and comfortable?

-- Oh, for God's sake. Wake up, Tony. It's time for jail.

-- "Inconceivable!" It's like this guy was predicting the face I'd make when I saw his mug shot.

-- The most skeptical guy in Palm Beach County.

-- This guy looks like someone in the hallway just yelled, "You're gonna end up on a blog, man!"

-- This guy was booked for a violation of a county ordinance?! Why didn't anybody tell me there was a "No Rob Zombies" rule in South Florida?

-- This is the face of a luau after the cops get called.

-- Aaaand this is the face of the guy who got the cops called to the luau.


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