Rachelle Renee Price LOVES Getting Her Jail Mugshot Taken

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You thought Tom DeLay was smiling in his police mugshot? He was an abject depressive compared to Rachelle Renee Price.

Price was picked up in Pearland Sunday for trying to pass some forged checks at a grocery store, KPRC reports, and she was taken to the Brazoria County Jail for booking. Which, according to the looks of it, was one of the highlights of her life.

First pose: The tongue flirtatiously out.

Too much? Tone it down a bit? Well, you can try.

The second attempt finds her able to keep the tongue in, but the grin goes on forever.

Getting arrested: It's fun-tastic!!!!

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