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Best Mugshot Ever: Sleeping Assault Suspect Ramon Corrales

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Of all the ways to stick it to the man, not even showing law enforcement the courtesy of waking up to have your mugshot photo taken is our current favorite.

The above photo is not a picture of Ramon Corrales passed out next to a toilet after a night of tequila and bad decisions -- it's his actual mugshot.

Corrales was booked into a Maricopa County jail yesterday on one count each of assault and failure to appear.

He's not yet in the Maricopa County Superior Court's system -- and the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office didn't get back to us when we asked for an explanation of the mugshot -- so we don't have too many details about his alleged crime.

What we do have is Corrales' mugshot -- his glorious, glorious mugshot.

See a few other gems from the MCSO's website below.

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