Every once in a while, a mug shot appears that obtains instant-classic status -- and that's certainly the case with the booking photo of Michael Whitington, who allegedly robbed a bank on the 16th Street Mall last week, then tried to make his getaway via (wait for it) light rail. That's why we're adding it to the gallery of all-time weirdest mug shots published on Latest Word.
Where did Whitington wind up (aside from behind bars, that is)? Get the answer by counting down our top twenty, complete with links to the original items. Check them out below.
Number 20: Read more in "Daryl Rasmussen, aka Ms. Puppy: Cross-dresser wanted for 2 murders busted in Cali," published August 2, 2011. Number 19: Read more in "Richard Holman gets 48 years after giving hickeys and worse to ten-year-old boy," published August 29, 2012 Number 18: Read more in "Walter Bond allegedly torched sheepskin factory for animal rights cause (and wants to do it again)," published July 26, 2010. Number 17: Read more in "Roberto Santistevan busted in fatal stabbing of Crystal Crespin on S. Eliot (17)," published August 9, 2011. Continue to keep counting down our twenty weirdest mug shots of all-time list. Number 16: Read more in "Colorado Springs Police bust of Steven Woods first under urban camping ban ordinance," published July 18, 2012 Number 15: Read more in "Barbara West, 73, accused of being getaway driver for burglary, leading police chase," published February 13, 2012 Number 14:
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