Attorney Anthony Chambers speaks with the media after his client, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, known as "The Underwear Bomber," pleaded guilty to all charges against him at the Federal Courthouse in Detroit, Michigan. Abdulmutallab, a 24 year-old Nigerian man, was accused of attempting to blow up Northwest 253 flight as it was landing in Detroit on Christmas day in 2009.
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The "Barefoot Bandit," 20-year-old Colton Harris-Moore, earned his nickname from occasionally performing heists with no shoes on.
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German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrueck sneezes as he arrives for the weekly German government cabinet meeting at the Chancellery. "The Sneezing Sex Bandit" from Texas got his name for allegedly sneezing a powdery substance at a female cashier in an attempt to get aroused.
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Former Liberal Democrat party leader, Paddy Ashdown, was nicknamed "Paddy Pantsdown" after he had a fling with his secretary.
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Theodore Kaczynski, the convicted killer that came to be known as "the Unabomber," is escorted by US Marshalls outside the Sacramento County Federal Court.
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Former US President George W. Bush (R) and White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove walk out onto the South Lawn before Rove announces that he will be resigning his post at the end of the month at the White House in 2007. Rove was bestowed the nicknames of "Turd Blossom" and "Boy Genius" by the President.
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