If you live in DC, chances are that you’ve seen Borf’s work.
Chances are, though, that you’re a helluva lot smarter than him.
See, if you had a court date, where you were, say, accused of stabbing someone, would you show up covered in blood?
No. You would not.
Borf, however, felt it necessary to show up in court in a coat and pants covered in paint:
Four months after his arrest, the accused graffiti outlaw known as Borf showed up for a court hearing in an unfortunate choice of attire: His coat, pants and shoes were all stained with paint. His black coat so resembled the one he wore in a newspaper feature about his exploits that the judge declared it evidence and ordered him to hand it over to the prosecution.
Seriously, if you’re his lawyer, do you quit right there?
This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs