This is Dustin McCombs. The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, in Alabama, is accusing him of being a "rapist by force." They posted his mugshot on their Facebook page's Creep of the Week page. When Dustin McCombs learned about it, he was naturally pissed off, so he did what comes most naturally on the internet. He started to troll the sheriff.

This is the clusterf*ck that ensued in the picture comments.

McCombs' first reply to the posting of the wanted "rape by force" mugshot.

Instead of shutting him down, whoever runs the sheriff's office Facebook page immediately takes the bait and trolls back. McCombs replies that he's getting a lawyer and asks if he can turn himself in to a "nicer" county.

Sheriff keeps talking.

The sheriff offers to talk to McCombs via email, but the suspect prefers to talk in public on Facebook.

The dumb kid just can't stop talking, now asking the police for legal advice.

This is like watching a train crash in slow motion.

McCombs accuses the cops of defamation of character for posting the mugshot. He has a point. How can the police classify anyone as "creep of the week" when these people have not been convicted yet. He may be innocent.

Some dude piles on. People are so nice. Isn't accessory to trolling a misdemeanor?

The police finally realize that it's dumb to put up this public show.

McCombs finally posts the obligatory "I didn't do it." Just after this, the whole mugshot and conversation was deleted by the sheriff's office.

Part of Jefferson County Sheriff Office's Facebook Creep of the Week page, now without McComb's mug shot or conversation. [The Daily What via Buzzfeed]