The Floridiot Files

Mug Shots of the Week

Two for Tuesday!

Since we've been focusing on bad tattoos lately, how can we leave out father and son team Floyd and Justin Bebee?


The Smoking Gun brought this pair to the internet's attention last year, but TFF decided to dig deeper. We tracked down the original booking information with Polk County Sheriffs Office to give you a timeline of their criminal careers. Click images for charge information.

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According to The Smoking Gun, this pair has more tattoos that aren't visible here: Floyd says the back of his head reads "Got-R-Did", while Justin's eyelids read "Fuck" and "You", respectively.

Please give notice if you intend to die

This is a bit of an oldie, but a goodie...

A Ft. Lauderdale landlord claimed that by dropping dead of a heart attack without giving 60 days advance notice, tenant Art Zissen broke his lease and owed 3 months rent, which the landlord tried to collect from Art's family. Story at All Headline News.

Seems a little greedy to us, but I guess if a dead man can have parental rights, maybe he can owe rent too?

Kelly Hildebrandt to wed Kelly Hildebrandt

Next month in a ceremony in Lighthouse Point, Kelly Hildebrandt will marry Kelly Hildebrandt.

One of them is a 20 year old woman from Coral Springs, Florida, the other a 24 year old man from Texas. She-Kelly discovered He-Kelley on social networking site Facebook. One thing led to another and they fell in love. The couple feels their relationship was meant to be.

However, their name hasn't been without problems. The couple told WTVJ that they can't tell whose mail is whose, and told the AP that one of their cruise tickets was almost canceled when an agent thought it was a duplicate booking.

It's Not Even Halloween Yet

The group of armed robbers have been hitting Tampa pawn shops lately seems to have an odd penchant for costumes. The crew has disguised itself with such items as surgical scrubs and masks, and on other occasions has worn child safety seats and beauticians sinks on their heads as masks., which has the story complete with video, poses the question "Whatever happened to ski masks?" It seems pretty obvious why they wouldn't want to wear a hot sweaty mask at the peak of a Florida summer. But why a beautician's sink or a child safety seat? Your guess is as good as ours.

Mug Shot of the Week


Charge: Obtaining a controlled substance
Hernando County

Yet another interesting tattoo... is that supposed to be a tiara!?

Worst tryst cover story ever?

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In what may be the worst cover story ever for cheating on a spouse, Pastor Wikler Moran-Mora of the International Missionary Society of the Seventh Day Adventist Reform Movement text messaged his wife that he had been kidnapped. She eventually called the cops, who found him with the other woman.

"If your cover story results in a full-scale police manhunt, discovery of the affair, and charges of filing a false police report... you might be a Floridiot."

Story at ABC Action News.

Mug Shot of the Week


Charge: Unknown
Brevard County

Continuing our series on interesting tattoos... is that an anchor on his nose?

Jailbreak, Floridiot Style

Sylvester Jiles has to be taken to the hospital Tuesday for serious injures and severe blood loss suffered during an attempt to get over fences at the Brevard County Jail. Jiles made it through one barbed wire fence before attempting to scale a larger fence and falling off through three levels of razor wire.

The twist? He was trying to break IN!

Jiles had only been released from the Jail the previous Friday on probation, but claimed he had received death threats and wanted protective custody. Outside the jail he talked to deputies about his desire to be taken into custody, and while waiting for other deputies to arrive to investigate, he is reported to have been acting strangely and erratically. Apparently he became impatient and sprinted off to the fence line, where he began his failed reverse jailbreak attempt.

Surely there are easier and safer ways for a recent parolee to get back in jail?

Story at News4Jax