Do you miss Beavis and Butthead? Wonder where they went after they did America? Well, have I got good news for you! Turns out Beavis, in human form, is alive and well. Not only is this guy the spitting image of the animated headbanger also known as Cornholio, he was arrested under … odd circumstances.
Chris Kemp, 37, was found inside a Gresham man’s home wearing the resident’s mother’s clothing and playing music last Friday night. To be specific, Kemp was wearing Carlos Castillo’s mother’s leopard-skin hat and matching scarf. Castillo confronted the alarmingly large-foreheaded intruder, who then returned money he’d stolen and agreed to wait for the police to arrive.
So, you’re asking, what about all the scratches on Kemp’s huge forehead? No one knows for sure, but Kemp has garnered a bit of a cult following since his mug shot hit the ‘Net, and The Smoking Gun offers this insight:
As for the … mug shot taken by the Multnomah County Sheriff, no, the image has not been manipulated to make Kemp resemble a light bulb or balloon. And he apparently got those forehead scratches during an earlier encounter with some sort of brier patch, details of which TSG has not uncovered.