While you won’t find Dik But in this gallery, because thankfully (hopefully) he’s not on someone’s face, check out our newly-appended Identifying Marks photo gallery – a stunning collection of 42 mug shots displaying full-color examples of the worst ink in the clink.
Oh and look out for the Bald Eagle.
Like you could miss him.
Around here, we don't have mid-afternoon doldrums. Our employees are on constant high-alert, because lurking between these cubicles is an angry rock n' roll zebra with a penchant for sucker punches. Just watch poor Kyle go from fancy-pants male model to the latest victim of full-bore zebra rage.
Dogs playing poker is so 1903. Today, it's all about dogs playing pool. Enjoy!
What's weirder than stealing someone else's rubber sex doll? Stealing their raw meat and lube. Read these and other real tales of ludicrous larceny in the new Strange Loot Photo Gallery on truTV's Crime Library.
Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but I don't think pop diva Pink would approve of the conduct of the vicious vixen below, who's wearing a perforated outfit nearly identical to the one she wore in her sassy Most Girls video.
Speaking of fierce females, Cyndi Lauper raps and Lil' Kim sings for Nelson Mandela's birthday.
Like it? There's a whole boatload of girls going wild on our own Most Daring.
For those who enjoyed those cute Ukranian boys singing Katy Perry as much as I did, I give you Russian grandmas singing Britney Spears.
When young celebs flutter about, regaling the tabloids with slips of both the Freudian and nip varieties, it's cute. Until it turns leave-Britney-alone tragic, that is.
But when the parents of these half-naked national treasures try to keep up with (or outdo) their kids' antics, it's just gross. I mean, Jesus Christ Bail Bonds, you guys, everyone knows you can't out-famous your famous offspring.
But they try, oh how they try (see Michael Lohan, left). Here's a gallery of parents shoving their way into the spotlight. Enjoy this phenomenon while it's here, because for all we know the d-bag birthrate may drop due to unwillingness to bring a child into a world without Michael Jackson.
There are people who identify themselves with their work so much that at life's end they want to be buried in it, like the man who invented the Pringles can, or comic book genius Mark Gruenwald, whose ashes were mixed with the ink used for a limited-edition run of Squadron Supreme. You can read about these and other unusual wills at Crime Library's New Weird Wills Photo Gallery.
And then, much like our dearly departed King of Pop, there are those whose identity is oft disguised. Take for example creepy yet mesmerizing YouTube user "Julie." Eek, but I can't not look.
Is there anything yuckier than Kidz Bop? Eager-faced tweens pumping their sweaty little fists in the air and overannunciating the words to songs that were already bad to begin with? No thank you. I would rather watch creepy cat circus.
The teachings of McGruff are still an important part of growing up on the straight and narrow, and the National Crime Prevention Council offers a McGruff costume to help cops teach kids how to say no to drugs and avoid bullies (in 3D!).
The McGruff getup is no regular mascot though, and must be treated with the utmost respect. Here is a list of strict guidelines on who is eligible to be McGruff and how it is to be worn. You can even order a CD-ROM on what not to do when you're in character.
Unfortunately, not everyone appreciates McGruff's mission.
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