As reported by the Sun Sentinel:
"A man accused of drug trafficking showed up for court Friday in Fort Lauderdale sporting a jacket [seen above] that bore a cartoon-style recipe for cooking crack cocaine."
So his "I Don't Know How to Cook Crack" jacket may have been out for dry cleaning. Whatever.
The Sentinel continues:
"Still, the jacket was open to interpretation — at least to some. 'I took it as freedom of expression,' [the man's attorney Joshua] Rydell said. 'I didn't take it as a recipe to cook crack.'"
I hate to question an attorney, but I'm pretty sure it can be BOTH a freedom of expression AND a recipe to cook crack. Because it's definitely a recipe to cook crack. There's really no debate there.
Regardless, sounds like the state of Florida will be handling all his fashion decisions soon enough.