Florida Man Arrested, Photographed Tattoos Include Donald Trump, Swastika

Florida Man Arrested, Photographed Tattoos Include Donald Trump, Swastika

The man's tattoos include a portrait of our 45th President right above several Nazi symbols

CultureMarch 21, 2022 By Marshall Dunham

Florida men are the absolute bastion of American criminality mixed with patriotism. Whether they’re eating a man’s face on bath salts or jumping into the fish tank at Bass Pro Shop, there's no doubt that Florida men are the American mascot that the rest of the world judges us by.

One Florida man was arrested for fighting in public earlier this month, and his arrest resulted in a complete photo shoot of all of his tattoos, which featured fine ink work such as a portrait of Donald Trump right next to a swastika.

An article from Thesmokinggun.com drew attention to 34-year-old Jeffrey Wayne Coker, who has a rap sheet of felonies that rivals his collection of white trash tattoos.

According to the article, Coker, which is a fitting last name for a Florida man, was arrested earlier this month for fighting in public in Leesburg, Florida. He got booked into the county jail on a misemeanor charge and ended up bailing out the next morning on a $1,000 bond.

As Coker made moves to leave his temporary weekend living quarters, the police insisted on photographing Cokers entire ink collection, which features a variety of subjects including, but not limited to:

  • Clowns

  • Spiders

  • A Chinese-style Dragon

  • Stars

  • An American Flag

  • The Statue of Liberty

  • A portrait of Donald Trump

  • A swastika

  • A Nazi eagle with SS bolts

  • The words “White Devil”

“Coker, whose rap sheet includes a half-dozen felony convictions, was released from state prison in September 2020 after serving three years for obstruction and being a felon in possession of a firearm,” reads the article, adding that Coker registered to vote as a Republican in 2012.

According to Justice.gov, there were 109 hate crimes committed in Florida in 2020, with 65 of them relating to race or ethnicity, 20 relating to religion, 22 relating to sexual orientation, and two relating to gender identity.

In 2019, Florida had 111 hate crimes, with 141 hate crimes taking place the year before.

As of press time, it was unclear how many of those crimes were committed by Disney-owned mice, swamp-dwelling alligators, or white men with swastikas and presidents tattooed upon their backs.