MADISON, Maine - A man reporting to jail in Maine put some thought into his attire: He wore an orange T-shirt with his mug shot printed on it.
Robert Edward Burt, of Pittsfield, was arrested on a charge of operating under the influence in June and bailed out. He was later sentenced to 48 hours in jail.
WMTW-TV reports the 19-year-old Burt showed up at the Somerset County Jail on Aug. 8 wearing a T-shirt with a picture of his mug shot from his arrest. Then he had his new mug shot taken.
He was released on Aug. 10.
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