If you're going to get caught drunk driving, why not do it in style? Joshua Tackett from Seabrook, New Hampshire crashed through a stone wall and a granite post before slamming into a telephone pole directly outside a police station. He was unsurprisingly over the drink driving limit so police swiftly arrested the man and booked him in to the local jail.
As you can see in his mugshot, he is sporting a cheesy grin, smashed up nose and a 'This Guy Needs A Beer' t-shirt. Of course nobody endorses drunk driving, but we do think the t-shirt is pretty awesome and embarked upon a mission to hunt down an online retailer who sells the exact design.
Yes, yes we did! This t-shirt can be ordered via the online custom clothing giant Spreadshirt via its online marketplace. Click on This Guy Needs a Beer T-Shirt where you can order the design in t-shirt form as seen above, or a whole range of other products. You can also edit the design colours and even add your own text.
Just make sure you don't get behind the wheel of your car whilst wearing this t-shirt. Tackett was a lucky man to get away with such minor injuries!
Frances Bean Cobain, 24 year old daughter of the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain was seen last weekend at the Coachella festival wearing a t-shirt featuring the classic horror television show, Goosebumps.
If you'd like to order your own Goosebumps official t-shirt, we have a link to one in dark red, available in adult and youth sizes. He's no dummy! Slappy the Dummy stares malevolently from the front of this scary Goosebumps t shirt! It features an altered version of the cover of Goosebumps #7 from 1993, "Night of the Living Dummy," with the tagline "He walks. He stalks..." Watch out, Mr. Woo.
Kimberly Stewart, reality TV star, stylish model and beautiful daughter of the legendary Rod Stewart was spotted last Friday looking cool wearing a checked shirt, black leggings and a Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers t-shirt. Snapped by paparazzi in Beverly Hills, she's looking good with this laid back casual style.
It hasn't been a great time for single blonde, Kimberly, as her reality TV show Stewarts and Hamiltons, only lasted eight episodes before it was cancelled by the network in October last year. A spokesperson stated "The series finished its eight-episode season and we are exploring other opportunities with the family."
Still, at least she looks good in a t-shirt.
Apparently, this AMAZINGLY CLEVER t-shirt design is going viral at the moment. It features a grid of symbols which can be used as a visual aid to communicate to anyone who doesn't speak the same language as you, simply by pointing to the symbols to get across what you are trying to say.
Fair play to the fella for getting coverage from CNN and Buzzfeed, but as one commenter on The Daily Edge states, he "bought an Irish version of this by Nutmeg 4 years ago" via Nutmeg Clothing.
I don't see what the fuss is about really.
UK legendary classic metal band Iron Maiden have produced an official band t-shirt to coincide with their upcoming New Zealand gigs featuring a tribute to the All-Blacks national rugby union team.
The top features the band's mummy-like mascot Eddie wearing black rugby gear complete with sweatbands and a ball under his arm as he charges to the try-line in a packed stadium. There are tackled players strewn behind him in the colors of the teams the All Blacks beat in the World Cup.
The artwork features the famous Iron Maiden mascot, Eddie dressed in All-Blacks gear, carrying the ball and running towards the try-line with a pile of beat up looking players behind him wearing the national colours of the teams New Zealand defeated on the way to their recent World Cup victory.
Rugby fan and Iron Maiden manager Rod Smallwood was in attendance at both the 2011 and 2015 Rugby World Cup finals where New Zealand lifted the Webb Ellis Trophy. Here's what he had to say about the t-shirts: "We did a tribute to the legend that is Colin Meads on our 2011 New Zealand tour t-shirt which went down so well with the rugby fraternity there that [All Blacks] assistant coach Wayne Smith, a mate for many years and big MAIDEN fan along with some other current ABs, asked to use this art on some special [t-shirts] he was going to use as prizes for the players for outstanding defensive performances in each game of last year's World Cup. He had done similarly in the 2011 Cup with our 'Fear Of The Dark' design T's."
We don't currently have a link to buy the official Iron Maiden New Zealand Rugby t-shirts online, but you can check out the Stylin' Online section of our website where we have a whole bunch of Iron Maiden Official Merch.