Mug-Shot Monday: Frat Bros Gone Bad

You spoke, we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale.

Actually... These are some pretty badass tats, if you ask us.

What? Me? Naw "Stolen Cheetos from the vending machine? I have no information about stolen Cheetos from the vending machine. Not this guy. Nope."

Scared Straight Sure, this guy might be mean muggin' right now. But when he was leading Scooby Doo and the gang through the haunted aquarium and that ghost shark came flying through the wall, he wasn't acting so tough.

Thank You, Sir, May I Have Another? This is sad. Kid this young should be paddling frosh in the Pike house basement between dominating the beer pong table and thinking of new names for the frat's latest beer bong. Sudsy Stella broke after last week's rager.

My Kind of Frat Bro Now Cyrus here, he's the kind of SEC school frat dude you want around you when shit goes ham at the barbecue joint. Cyrus fights dirty. He bites ears.

Amateur Hour Nothing is more embarrassing than when some youngster gets all amped up for his first mug shot, here we go it's happening big time now, breaks out in a big ol' grin, only he's forgotten to put in his grill. Next time, kid. You'll have another shot at mean-mouthing the camera. Next time.

Note to Fellow Inmates See this face here? This is not a face you want to cut in the chow line when they're serving Salisbury steak with mashed sweet potatoes in the jail cafeteria. This is a face that takes none of that noise.

Familiar Face You give this guy an Uzi, a wife beater, and a German accent, I'm pretty sure either Bruce Willis or Nic Cage beat his ass in a '90s action movie that's playing on HBO right now.

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