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Man Arrested Wearing A Very Accurate T-Shirt

| by Amanda Andrade-Rhoades

Court records show Luciano Gutierrez was charged with his ninth DWI charge on Nov. 24, 2014.

Though the charges were serious, Gutierrez’s mugshot was certainly worth a laugh. When he was arrested, Gutierrez was wearing a T-shirt that read, “Warning: I Do Dumb Things.”

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The case was reviewed by the Bell County Attorney, who confirmed Gutierrez has been convicted for the same thing several times, KWTX reported. Because Gutierrez has been arrested for driving while intoxicated more than three times, his latest offense was considered a felony.

Gutierrez isn’t the first criminal to wear a painfully accurate shirt. WKYT reported Deborah Asher, 37, of Somerset, Kentucky, was arrested in November 2014 for trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree and possession of methamphetamine.

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When she was busted, Asher was wearing a shirt that read, “I ‘heart’ Crystal Meth.”

Sources: KWTX, WKYT / Image via KWTX