A South Florida man with an unfortunate name -- or a strong commitment to pranking police -- was arrested last Friday on a litany of charges in Fort Lauderdale.
Jackmeoff Mudd, 54, was arrested on charges of assault, disorderly conduct, resisting an officer, possession of alcohol in an open container, and violation of probation.
He is being held at a Broward County jail on a $300 bond, which means that at some point in the last few days, a somber county judge read his name aloud in court (here's hoping it was Judge John Hurley, just to bring his week full circle).
Mudd is not the first jailbird to have a strange name, of course. In Wisconsin, police booked Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop for multiple charges, and on the flip side, a woman who tried to stop three brothers from robbing a Texas WalMart last year turned out to be named Monique Lawless.
But that's only scratching the surface. Check out this hilarious slideshow of unusually named arrestees:
Arrested for being a sex offender, natch. (Via <a href="http://www.uniquescoop.com/2010/06/20-worst-names.html">UniqueScoop</a>)
Aren't police always searching for one moron or another? (Via <a href="http://failblog.org/2011/01/21/epic-fail-photos-probably-bad-news-criminal-name/" target="_hplink">Fail Blog</a>)
Finally, the perfect word to describe sex offenders of all kinds: Molesti. As in, "I don't like the looks of that guy... He looks pretty <em>molesti</em>." (Via <a href="http://www.cbsatlanta.com/news/22912287/detail.html#">CBS Atlanta</a>)
Surprisingly he wasn't arrested for destroying Jurassic Park. (Via <a href="http://theflintskinny.blogspot.com/2009_07_01_archive.html">The Flint Skinny</a>)
If your last name is Slaughter and you don't want your kid to end up attempting to bomb people, maybe don't go with such an equally ominous name as "Draco." Just sayin'. (Via <a href="http://thedailywh.at/post/677120136/whats-in-a-name-of-the-day-fact-with-a-name">The Daily What</a>)
After 90 years of life, you're probably done just about everything. We're not surprised he'd start looking to his own name for inspiration on what to do with himself! (Via <a href="http://www.wxix.com/Global/story.asp?S=6807328" target="_hplink">WXIX</a>)
How ironic that Daniel "Noody" would be arrested for exposing himself. Let's just hope none of the kiddies saw his "Noodity." (Via <a href="http://jaggermafia.com/?p=9163" target="_hplink">Jagger Mafia</a>)
Dalcapone Alpaccino Morris
Oh, we see what you did there. "Dalcapone" after the legendary gangster Al Capone, "Alpaccino" after the legendary gangster-portrayer Al Paccino, and Morris after Zach Morris of "Saved By The Bell." Right? (Via <a href="http://www.daytondailynews.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/dayton/daytoncrime/entries/2009/07/29/murder_suspect_dalcapone_alpac.html" target="_hplink">Dayton Daily News</a>)
OK, so Donald Duck isn't exactly incriminating for someone who was arrested for drunk driving, but it is ridiculous. Although, Donald Duck is familiar with <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbyFeXva0sE" target="_hplink">having car trouble</a>. (Via <a href="http://www.aolnews.com/2010/06/29/cops-accuse-donald-duck-of-driving-drunk/" target="_hplink">Aol</a>)