Babes, I love a criminal. I’m not talking the murder-y rape-y kind: I mean the ingenious plotters, the skilled burglars, the dogged drug dealers. And when they’re handsome as well, then you’ve really hit the jackpot. (And please don’t take this post seriously–we would never actually condone anyone committing any kind of crime. We just have to point out that sometimes evil-doers, well, look good doing their evil.)
American hero Scott Sippola was charged with attempting to extort money from John Stamos. Well, clearly somebodyneeds to make Stamos pay for his “Full House” character Uncle Jessie.
Austin Torres Purlifoy
Criminal mastermind Austin Torres Purifoy was arrested after breaking into what he thought was his girlfriend’s car and defecating on the seat. He was charged with multiple counts of criminal property damage. Isn’t that romantic?
Australian actor Todd Lasance was taken in for cocaine possession last year, and was freed this past spring–just so he could wear that fancy grey suit.
Doesn’t Patricia Dye make the most handsome teenage boy? Which is pretty amazing considering she’s actually a 31-year-old woman. Yup, dear Patricia was arrested for impersonating a male high school student so she could have sex with teenage girls.
Ruff Ryders rapper DMX fancies himself a dog. He also fancies drugs. Earlier this year he was arrested for violating his parole by using drugs. Hot!
Is there anything cuter than a band of college drug dealers? How about Ivy League college drug dealers? Police arrested Columbia University students Harrison David, Chris Coles, Adam Klein, Jose Stephan Perez and Michael Wymbs in a sting called “Operation: Ivy League.”
And then there’s Harvard faker Adam Wheeler, who wasn’t, apparently, smart enough to be an Ivy League drug dealer: He faked his way into Harvard and was charged with defrauding the university of $40,000.
Perhaps the handsomest of them all, the Moss Man, Gregory Liascos, was arrested after trying to break into the Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals in Hillsboro, Oregon. He apparently spent several days digging a hole into the side of the building before donning his mossy disguise.
Original by Julie Gerstein