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One man’s attempt to hide from police failed miserably when he tried to spray paint his face and blend into “the background” after stealing a vehicle in California.

Jose Espinoza tried to escape from police not once, but twice after stealing a car in the city of Madera, reports KTLA. During his second getaway, the 23-year-old tried to throw police officers off by spray-painting his face black.

As you can see above, the master of disguise didn’t quite succeed. Besides harming himself with toxic fumes, Espinoza was jailed and placed on $35,000 bail.

Suspects using spray paint to disguise themselves has proved time and time again to be one big fail. In 2009, a bank robber killed himself after using the toxic chemicals as a disguise in South Carolina. Then there’s Kelly Gibson, a spray paint addict whose mugshot went viral in 2011 after he was arrested with silver paint all over his face. It was his 46th arrest connected to the unusual proclivity.

SOURCE: KTLA | PHOTO CREDIT: Facebook 

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