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Florida with holla tattooed on his forehead arrested for the 27th time

September 4, 2016  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Florida with holla tattooed on his forehead arrested for the 27th time

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A street performer in Florida, who is widely known for his outlandish bikinis and the tattoo “HOLLA!” on his forehead, was arrested earlier this week for the 27th time.

The Daily Mail reported that 38-year-old Charles Easter was apprehended in Fort Lauderdale on disorderly conduct charges while he was visiting his friend in the emergency room of a hospital just before 2 a.m. on Tuesday.

Easter, who is also known by the name “HollaBeyonceAliciaKeys-and-RiRi,” has “HOLLA!” distinctively tattooed across his forehead and teardrops tattooed on his face, along with the words “I Bet You Won’t” tattooed on his back.

Police said he reportedly became disruptive during the hospital visit, which forced police to get involved.

As an officer was escorting him out, the man yelled at a nurse, “F*** off you c**t,” according to his arrest affidavit. Additionally, the officer said “in a fit of rage,” he “maliciously threw coffee over the floor and wall.”

His residence in the complaint is listed as “At Large, Fort Lauderdale, Florida.”

Easter, who is supposedly married, is well-known for his pink and bright colored bikinis while performing sidewalk dances in hopes of making some cash.

Back in April, he told the Tampa Tribune that he could make up to $1,000 a day for his dancing.

“I used to be a cross-dresser, now I’m a rock star,” he told the paper. “I like when people are laughing and having a good time.”

Easter has a lengthy criminal history in Miami-Dade County, with arrests on a myriad of charges including panhandling, drinking in public, indecent exposure, and trespassing.

However, his latest arrest is his first in Broward County, and it remains unclear if he is still in custody.

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