Mug-Shot Monday: The Completist Face Tattoo, Inner Bichons, War Criminal Facial Hair

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.

Arrested: 11/16 The next time you're drafting people for an expedition into the dark kingdom next door to retrieve an enchanted ring, this is your guy.

Arrested: 11/14 Mom always said don't run around with ladies who can't settle on one shade of neon in their hair. Flighty, Mom always said.

Arrested: 11/06 So which inner spirit animal do you think this guy is channeling here? Wolf? Lion? Bichon frise?

Arrested: 11/12 Charges: Aggravated battery with deadly weapon. The deadly weapon here is that spooky smile.

Arrested: 11/15 Charges: Possession with intent to sell marijuana, cocaine, MDMA, dilaudid. What you really want to see in your MDMA dealer is freemason iconography.

Arrested: 11/14 This guy would make a great anticrime campaign. "Stay in school and keep out of trouble, kids. If you don't, you'll end up sharing a 500-square-foot cell with Bruce here."

Arrested: 11/12 Charges: Possession of marijuana, possession of paraphernalia, smuggle contraband into county detention facility. Sometimes in the mug-shot game, you just have to step back and let the picture speak for itself.

Arrested: 11/13 The blond mustache: Preferred facial hair of creepy math teachers and Eastern European war criminals everywhere.

Arrested: 11/13 This one is the completist's take on the face tattoo -- tears? Check. Cross? Yup. Thug life? Indeed. Money sign? Oh yeah.

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Kyle Swenson
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