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This Man Wore The Worst T-Shirt Ever to Jail


33-year-old Vaughn Tucker wore exactly the wrong t-shirt when he was booked into a Oklahoma jail earlier this week. The t-shirt says, “I would cuddle you so hard.”¬†According to the Tulsa County Sheriff’s office, the young man was arrested for possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Here is his mugshot via the Sheriff’s office:

vaugh tucker

Vaughn spent several hours in jail, and was released on Sunday morning, according to 13 WMAZ. This is not the first time we’ve documented someone wearing a questionable t-shirt to jail. Check out the man below who was booked donning a shirt that says “Really Good at Making Really Bad Decisions.” Police arrested Michael Emrick on a number of charges including retail theft and aggravated assault, according to WPXI.

Here he is in all his glory:

really good making really bad deciision

[h/t 13 WMAZ]

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