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Mugshots Friday: Art Basel Edition

In this special edition of Mugshots Friday, we've hidden an Art Basel piece among the booking photos. The first to correctly identify it will get two tickets to an Eddie Money concert in Canada.

Arrested: 11/30

Charged with: Driving with a suspended license

So he's not the greatest driver. But this looks like the type of dude who will give you spot-on relationship advice while fixing that nagging leak in your sink. He definitely has a bottle opener on his keychain. Is it racist to assume he's Australian?

Arrested: 11/30
Charged with: Aggravated assault
This is the face you see when your acid trip takes a bad turn. You can spoon out your eyes, but you won't unsee him.

Arrested: 11/27
Charged with: Disorderly intoxication
One of the best things about Miami is that we're not overrun with hipsters. And we still have awesome proto-hipsters who are really just modern versions of train-hopping hobos of yore, like this bad-ass scamp.

Arrested: 11/28
Charged with: Armed robbery
Dude, you knew you had a fair chance of getting arrested today and having your mug taken. You couldn't dress any better than that?

Arrested: 11/27
Charged with: Possession of a weapon by a convicted felon
"But your honor, why would my client carry a gun when he can shoot deadly lasers with his eyes?"

Arrested: 11/25
Charged with: Aggravated battery
She's like a present all wrapped up with a bow on top, waiting to be re-gifted back to society.

Arrested: 11/26
Charged with: Burglary
WTF? It's one of those photos that raises more questions than it answers, like this shot of a bear chasing a bison.

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