"Girls Gone Wild" Tax Indictment Teaches Us Not To Deduct Funny-Looking Numbers

"Girls Gone Wild" Tax Indictment Teaches Us Not To Deduct Funny-Looking Numbers

Joe Francis, the quivering chumbucket behind the “Girls Gone Wild” franchise, got indicted Wednesday for tax evasion, as noted by commenter LAGirl. His story holds a lesson for all taxpayers: when claiming deductions, don’t use funny-looking numbers.

Joe Francis: Girls Gone Wild Founder, Violent Thug, Rapist

Joe Francis: Girls Gone Wild Founder, Violent Thug, Rapist

Breasts make men crazy. The hypnotic jiggling of rose-tipped orbs have been enough to make men do all sorts of insane things: bungee jump, wear leather pants, claim to have coined the phrase “Pardon my French.”

Girls Gone Wild Customers: “For God’s Sake! Stop Sending Me Boobs!”

Girls Gone Wild Customers: “For God’s Sake! Stop Sending Me Boobs!”

It’s a sad state of human affairs when a consumer — only willing to pay for the one-time privilege of seeing a few hundred breasts bouncing up and down — is instead enrolled into an ongoing program that smothers him in a jubbly, endless ocean of tits. Unfortunately, it’s a plight all too many consumers of the Girls Gone Wild series of tapes have to face every day.