Two free bits of advice: 1) Don't make meth. 2) If you do, for whatever dumb reason, decide to make meth, don't do it while wearing a t-shirt inspired by Breaking Bad.
Young Daniel Kowalski of LaGrange, Illinois learned both lessons too late, unfortunately.
On Monday, police raided Kowalksi's home after receiving a tip that he was using it to make meth. Inside the house, they found glass beakers, meth-making chemicals and instructions, burners, and 12 jars of psychedelic mushrooms.
Police arrested Kowalski, and he was later charged with two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of methamphetamine manufacturing materials, and possession of materials needed to produce methamphetamine. All the charges are felonies, according to the Chicago Tribune.
And, as you can see in the photo above, at the time of his arrest Kowalski was wearing a t-shirt from "Los Pollos Hermanos," the fictional chicken restaurant owned by Breaking Bad character Gus Fring.
Somewhat unsurprisingly, this isn't Kowalski's first meth-related arrest; this past July, he was put on electronic monitoring after police found a suspected meth lab in home.