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Mugshots Friday: Funny Looking Fellows In Tanktops and Inexplicable Tattoos

Every Friday, Riptide brings you the most eye-catching mugshots taken the previous week (or thereabouts) in Miami-Dade County. Yes, there is some mockery of bad neck tattoos, but also adulation directed at perps who just plain look more badass than we ever will. This is the italicized intro to that series.

Arrested: 3/14

Charged with: Misuse of 911

HOLYSHITBEARD. The man's underarms have beards.

Arrested: 3/14

Charged with: Sexual battery on a minor

Hmm, this guy's face and general demeanor is not going to help him in trial.

Arrested: 3/8

Charged with: Petty theft

Wait, are we sure we want this to be a thing now? Mobutu hair?

Arrested: 3/14

Charged with: Petty theft

Now for some mysterious tattoos. Who is Adams, and why is he so-called?

Arrested: 3/11

Charged with: Possession of a controlled substance

Is that a little baby Keith Haring frog being gestated in a neck intestine? What?

Arrested: 3/12

Charged with: Petty theft, grand theft third degree, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, criminal mischief

Why is this man so sad?

Arrested: 3/10

Charged with: Disorderly conduct

Dude, I know you're crying and that's sad, but right now your face looks like the classic theater laughing mask thing.

Arrested: 3/14

Charged with: Uttering forged instruments, grand theft third degree, possession of a stolen or fictitious drivers license

Intern, Photoshop this Smurfs-looking lady blue! Intern?

Arrested: 3/8

Charged with: Strongarm robbery

Gotta end on this lady. That is a wonderful "peace out!" face.

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