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.
Cranial Damage There's a long tradition in the open mug shot market of some seriously dented heads. This is the latest in the family saga.
Jameis Winston Fan What the difference between a Canes fan and a Seminoles backer? Jail time. Boom. Print it.
A New Approach The camera man must have said, 'Give me your good side.' And she must have been completely honest with him.
Youth of Tomorrow Marv: Vin, I don't know about you, but I think he's really pulling it off. Vin: Absolutely, Marv. Just look at how well he does the cursive neck scrawl -- always a classic. But then the follow-up is some interesting work around the eyes. Marv: Exactly. The script under his lower right, not only is it a word, but the lettering melts off into tear drops -- script and tear drops! All in the same tattoo formation. Vin: Brilliant work. If the judges don't award him straight 10s, hell, I'll tear off my toupee in protest. Marv: Hear, hear!
Gandalf the Homeless Silly police, think they can keep this guy locked up. They'll put him in the cell, come back in a couple hours, find him long gone. He'll be riding bareback on one of them damn eagles. They save his ass every time.
Like Looking in a Mirror This is the face I'm making right now, trying to come up with witty taglines for mug shots on a Sunday night. Behold me.
Creepstakes Winner Shirtless? Check. Serial killer grin? Yup. Teeth that look like they can easily chew through human flesh? Absolutely. Here. We have a winner. Sign him up.
Beware of Paint Cans Who doesn't hate it when you accidentally dip the ends of your exploded spaghetti hair-do into a pair of open paints cans waiting on the table. Who doesn't hate when that happens.
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