Women swoon over dreamy mug shot of ‘violent’ felon (VIDEO)

Women around the world are swooning for a hottie in handcuffs; a Stockton, California, man arrested for one gang charge and five felony weapons charges Wednesday.

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The ladies are gushing over this hunk in handcuffs.

Jeremy Meeks, 30, is a convicted felon. He’s also the talk of the town. Within 24 hours of his arrest, his fame had spread far and wide. His mug shot has received more than 57,000 likes and over 10,000 comments, San Francisco Gate reports.

“How much is the bail?” commented one woman on Meek’s mug shot.

“I have handcuffs ;)” wrote another.

“Is it illegal to be that sexy?” asked another.

Though women just can’t seem to get enough of him, Stockton Police Officer Joseph Silva says Meeks is “one of the most violent criminals in the Stockton area.”

Meeks’ bail is at $900,000 and he was scheduled to be arraigned Friday afternoon.

[ San Francisco Gate ]

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