Who's stupider? A criminal for wearing a shirt that unmistakably says "Fucker" on it during his first appearance in front of a judge or Miami's NBC station WTVJ for letting the word end up on air for about 30 seconds?
You remember those pair of accused scumbags who told a Miami Beach woman they were model scouts and then pretended to set up a photo shoot only to actually kidnap her and rob her of her $15,000 Rolex watch? Yeah, well WTVJ aired footage from the first court appearance of Myles Watkins, 20, and Phillip Valdez, 21, and apparently Valdez is the kind of guy who think it's totally appropriate to show up before a judge wearing a shirt that says "Fucker" on it in bright, red letters. Eek, bro, should have opted for the old orange jumpsuit.
Maybe the judge didn't notice though, as no one at WTVJ seemed to and the shirt was broadcast uncensored during an 11 p.m. broadcast last week.
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