Criminal clown


34 Responses to “Criminal clown”

  1. thomasec says:

    Is that….David Cross?

  2. Anonymous says:

    actually the Crow make-up is traditional Clown/Jester make-up. So in a way the reporter did that right, the movie is just more notable to most.

  3. Brainspore says:

    The suspected accomplice was also easily identified as one half of his face is horribly scarred.

  4. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Criminal clown

    Is there another kind?

  5. Anonymous says:

    This looks like a job for Batman!

  6. nanuq says:

    Nothing new about criminal clowns. At least, this one isn’t a serial killer.

  7. toolbag says:

    If I woke up to that guy standing over me it would probably trigger something very primal in me and one of us would die that night.

  8. 3x10p8 says:

    He’s got a mid ’90s Michael Stipe thing going on.

  9. Anonymous says:

    If I woke up with him standing over me, I would immediately poop my pants.

  10. obscuromancer says:

    I’m not a weather man, I don’t know when its gonna rain, but I’m the rock and roll clown, I do a lot of cocaine

  11. Anonymous says:

    Well for being the Crime Clown of LA, I have to take my hat off to this sad fellow. His motives are questionable and his make-up needs some professional help, I wasn’t just talking about his face.


  12. Anonymous says:

    Looks like taken from a scene of Superjail.

  13. ill lich says:

    Usually prison tattoos are for protection as they denote membership in certain gangs (hence white guys who are not strictly “aryan” with swastikas on their chests). . .

    Is there some new and scary prison clown gang we need to know about?

  14. cymk says:

    Looks like someone has been watching the Crow way too damn much.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Investigators are still trying to determine the motive for the burglary, because nothing of value was taken from the house; jewelery, cash, computers and other valuables were all left untouched. The only thing missing was a case of Faygo.

  16. gATO says:

    correct me if I’m wrong, but those tattoos look like Eric’s makeup, from “The Crow” comic book

    • David Pescovitz says:

      Yes, of course the tattoos are the same as The Crow makeup. I think it’s funny though that they referred to “clown” eyes.

  17. Anonymous says:

    There is nothing happy about this guy.

  18. Anonymous says:

    This guys puts the Juggalos to shame. He’s actually tattooed his face to look like that, while the Juggalos just use makeup.

  19. dbarak says:

    It shouldn’t be all that hard to find the guy, it’s just a matter of following the size 48 footprints.

    • Tdawwg says:

      But do not try to apprehend him if he’s driving a car, even a small one: there might be up to ten other accomplices packed hiding within, all armed with squirting plastic flower corsages.

  20. Anonymous says:

    What is up with these tattoo artists?

    There should be some sort of 10 day waiting period if someone walks into a tattoo shop and orders clown makeup tattoos covering their face.

    “Dude go home think about it for 10 days then come back.”

    I bet that would save many people from entire lives of crime and prison.

  21. EH says:

    why so happyous?

  22. dhalgren says:

    Don’t drink and get tattoos…or in this case put down the glass pipe and don’t smoke the dope before getting a facial tattoo.

    Freshly escaped from Arkham Asylum Eric Draven, aka, The Crow. Be on the look out. Considered armed and cheesy.

    Do I have to turn in my nerd/goth creds if I say I loved the movie but hated the comics? It’s true enough.

  23. Felton says:

    “But doctor…I am Pagliacci!”

  24. greengestalt says:

    Some “Underground” culture…

    I mean, really, what gave the “Underground” the idea that “Tattooing is cool” when due to the difficulty/expense of removal the next ‘bust’ gave the police an instant I.D. that’d be surer than fingerprints, DNA, etc. with no waiting for pricey tests.

    IMO, he should have either worn that all the time -except when committing crimes- or not worn that at all and behaved “Straight” then put on the clown for robbery and spreading the mental illness of “Clauphobia”…

    • Ugly Canuck says:

      Funny about the use of tattoos in identification.

      The tars – sailors – who first took up tattooing, on the Royal Navy’s stopovers in the South Pacific during the 1700s and 1800s, picked it up from the natives.

      But one good use of having a tattoo, the sailors believed, was that the unique patterns on their skin would help to identify their bodies, should they be lost at sea and later be washed up on shore.

      So the use of tattoos in identification was thus a primary reason for the spread of tattooing from the Indies, to the western world, via the subculture of sailors.

      I presently have no tattoos, but I shall get one before making any ocean passages: of simply my name, and nationality. For the same reason that some of the old tars did.

      • Aleknevicus says:

        The use of sailor tattoos goes beyond that, Ugly Canuck. Should a sailor have died while at sea, his tattoos would have been removed prior to burial at sea, cured and returned to loved ones. (Yikes!)

        • Anonymous says:

          No, nowhere near as deep. Just like all of the myths attributed to why sailors/pirates wore earrings, there is no evidence to back up any of these claims.

  25. Ugly Canuck says:

    What no sympathy for the tears of a clown?

    Well I guess this one has yet to show remorse.

    At least there’s just one and not an army:

    An army of criminal clowns? Not yet, at least. Whew!

  26. Brandon Lee must be rotating in his grave like a high speed lathe.

  27. Chocolatey Shatner says:

    Oh, I dunno: I bet Dr. Herculeez B. Pussyfiend could take Happy in a fight.

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