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A wanted man thought his mugshot was 'terrible' so he sent police a selfie instead

Who among us would not, in fairness.

YOU THINK YOUR priorities are out of whack? Please, meet Donald ‘Chip’ Pugh.

Timeline Photos - Lima Police Department | Facebook Source: Facebook/Lima Police Department

Pugh is wanted in Lima, Ohio for missing a court appearance, and is also a person of interest in several cases including vandalism and an arson.

Lima Police Department posted this mugshot on Facebook, and asked anyone who knew his whereabouts to contact them.

Only Pugh wasn’t exactly pleased with how he was being represented. It wasn’t the charges he was angry about, though – just the mugshot.

So he private messaged the Police Department on Facebook with a more flattering picture for them to use:

Timeline Photos - Lima Police Department | Facebook Source: Facebook/Lima Police Department

#Same. Pugh even went on local radio to complain about how the cops “did him wrong”, saying they made him look like he was a “Thundercat… Or James Brown on the run”.

Sadly, the cops don’t appear to feel sorry for him.

This photo was sent to us by Mr Pugh himself. We thank him for being helpful, but now we would appreciate it if he would come speak to us at the LPD about his charges.

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