FORT LAUDERDALE (CBS4)- When making an appearance in court in front of a judge many try to put their best look forward, except for one man in South Florida.

The man accused of drug trafficking showed up for court Friday in Fort Lauderdale sporting a jacket depicting a recipe with instructions on how to cook crack cocaine, the Sun Sentinel reported.

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“Probably not the smartest attire for a defendant!” Michael Weinstein, a lawyer who snapped a cellphone photo, told the Sentinel.

The jacket is a cartoon-like how-to guide for making crack cocaine, featuring images of a spoon, baking soda and a pot.

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The jacked also had the slang “stack paper say nothing.”

The man’s identity was not revealed.

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