Porcell shared some insight into this photo you may remember from yesterday’s bold collage… “One night on that Bold ‘89 tour, I got stopped for speeding in Alabama, going over a 100 mph in the Van of Suffering. The cop’s name was Sheriff Boss, and in a totally sketchy way he said I had to pay the fine right on the spot, which was something like $200, or else he’d take me to jail. He then made us drive to his brother’s gas station, in the middle of the night, where we had to pay the brother cash. No receipts, no paperwork, no nothing. Sheriff Boss then took my driver’s license and said “You won’t be needing this anymore.” When I got back from tour I applied for a new license and no ticket or suspension was on my record.”

Porcell shared some insight into this photo you may remember from yesterday’s bold collage…
“One night on that Bold ‘89 tour, I got stopped for speeding in Alabama, going over a 100 mph in the Van of Suffering. The cop’s name was Sheriff Boss, and in a totally sketchy way he said I had to pay the fine right on the spot, which was something like $200, or else he’d take me to jail. He then made us drive to his brother’s gas station, in the middle of the night, where we had to pay the brother cash. No receipts, no paperwork, no nothing. Sheriff Boss then took my driver’s license and said “You won’t be needing this anymore.” When I got back from tour I applied for a new license and no ticket or suspension was on my record.”