If you found a wallet on the street that contained $177,250, would you turn the presumably enormous billfold in? A situation similar to that scenario actually happened to a Pennsylvania couple, who allegedly decided to play finders-keepers.

Fifty-year-old Randy Pratt and 36-year-old Melissa Pratt didn't call the bank when a glitch accidentally put an extra $177,250 in their account. Instead they withdrew the money, quit their jobs and moved to Florida, where they were in the process of buying a home when the mistake was discovered.

The error happened when a deposit for $1,772.50 mistakenly had a couple of extra zeros tacked on during bank processing. Melissa Pratt claims she was unaware of the glitch -- saying that her husband, a roofer, often got large checks. The two have been charged with theft and are being held on $100,000 bail.

We don't have the Pratts' mugshots, but we can only hope their booking photos are as amazing as the ones below.

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    Patrick Tribett, aka, "Goldy." Busted at an Ohio dollar store trying to get more spray paint. We can only hope he was attempting to get the color, "Flesh," so he could tidy himself up before going to an art museum or dinner party.

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    We have no idea what happened to "Head Brace Man." However, his facial expression makes it look like his arrest was nothing compared to the physical trauma that requires one's head to be bolted in place.

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    The Godfather of Soul. Timeless classic.

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    Larry King, arrested 1971 in Florida on a grand larceny charge and passing bad checks. Apparently, CNN doesn't do background checks.

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    Chris Kemp here bears an uncanny resemblance to the character Butthead from "Beavis and Butthead." Though he was arrested for burglary in Oregon, The Smoking Gun speculates that he may have also assaulted a brier patch.

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    Michelle Rodriguez and Cynthia Watros, aka, "The Lost Girls." Not only were both busted in Honolulu in 2005 on DUI charges, the pair also showed up for their booking photos with glowing red orbs for eyes.

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    Until someone gets busted wearing our narwhal T, this guy holds the Asylum award for Greatest T-shirt to Wear to a Booking.

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    Henry Earl, arrested in Fayette County, Kentucky over 1,300 times. Thanks to his diligent work in the field criminal public drunkenness, Mr. Earl's lifetime achievement is unparalleled.

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    Paul Reubens aka Pee-wee Herman. It was a sad day at the Playhouse when Pee-wee was charged with indecent exposure at an adult movie house in Florida. Like James Brown, this one is also a classic.

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    Eric Rogers aka "Meringue Face" was arrested for public drunkenness in Kentucky. It's speculated that his awesome make-up job is paint-related, and that no pies were actually involved.

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