You’d never mistake Luis Flores for Ashton Kutcher. Mila Kunis never drops by, much less the paparazzi.
But that didn’t stop the Orlando, Fla., teenager from staging his own "Two and a Half Men" celebrity takeover last May — or receiving three and a half years in the big house last week for attempting to obtain and abuse the American Express cards of Kutcher, Kim Kardashian, Paris Hilton and other A-Listers.
This one raises the bar on ridiculousness, even by Florida’s notoriously high standards of silliness.
On Dec. 6, justice finally caught up with one Cleland Ayison, a 32-year-old Tampa man who was charged with trying to pass a bogus $500 million Federal Reserve note to an FBI undercover agent.