Ex-con arrested 12 days after release after posting this pic to Facebook

Ex-convict arrested 12 days after being released from jail because of gun pictures on Facebook

Meet Denzel Biggs who likes comfortable T-shirts but is torn on the choice between semi-autos and revolvers for everyday carry. (Photo: Facebook)

Social media butterfly Denzel Biggs, 20, of Detroit, was back behind bars less than two weeks after his release on weapons charges stemming from this picture he posted while free.

Biggs, who armed when was picked up earlier this year on an outstanding warrant for possession of a stolen car, had previous felony weapons charges against him. Released, he promptly changed his Facebook profile picture to an image of him holding two guns while sitting on the couch and posted the above muzzle-on photo to his page at the same time.

Picked up by the FBI, he is currently facing charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm. He was arrested and convicted in both 2012 and 2013 on felony firearms charges as well.

There aught to be a law or something.

[ Detroit Free Press ]

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