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Meth suspect arrested wearing 'Breaking Bad' shirt

Published On: Feb 27 2014 08:17:41 AM CST   Updated On: Feb 27 2014 02:16:34 PM CST
Meth suspect Breaking Bad

Cook County Sheriff's Office

A case of life imitating art?

A Chicago-area man arrested on meth charges was wearing a T-shirt referencing the hit TV show "Breaking Bad," The Associated Press reported.

Daniel Kowalski, 21, is seen in his mugshot wearing a shirt with the words "Los Pollos Hermanos," which is the name of a fictional restaurant used as a front by a meth dealer on the show.

Authorities arrested Kowalski on Monday after finding the makings of a meth lab in his home.

According to the Chicago Tribune, he was already on electronic monitoring after being arrested last summer for the same thing.

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