Beat This Caption: Wesley Snipes edition

15282__wesley_lIt’s time for another round of "Beat This Caption," PopWatchers, so without further ado, check out this photo of Wesley Snipes (recently indicted in the U.S. on tax-fraud charges) filming a new movie, Gallowwalker, in Namibia.

Due to a fuzzy cellphone connection with his accountant, Wesley Snipes doesn’t realize he’s supposed to hide from the IRS, not bring hides to it.

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  • michael roche

    Taxes? We don’t need no stinkin’ taxes.

  • J

    Snipes prepares for “2 Wong Foo 2: Electric Brokeback”

  • Deb

    If Snipes doesn’t get his butt back to the states and pay those taxes the IRS will have his hide.

  • Kirkjn

    In his latest movie, “Gallowwalker,” Wesley Snipes goes back in time to prevent the creation of the Internal Revenue Service. In this production still, he attempts to enlist the aid of Native American Indians to achieve his goal.

  • Ceballos

    Always bet on black…horses!

  • EP Sato

    Here’s proof that the fashion police do not have an extradition treaty with Namibia

  • J.

    Move over Johnny Cash, there’s a new Man in Black.

  • nessa

    Due to his problems with the IRS Wesley Snipes has had to go from Jungle Fever to Desert Fever.

  • lukew

    (Snipes comment to law enforcement) Sir, I told you, I don’t know a Wesley Snipes. My name is Pipes… Smokesthem Pipes.

  • Martin

    “Giddy-up me away from the IRS, you stallion you.”

  • Rebecca

    “What we have here…is a failure…to pay our taxes.”

  • Howard

    Ever since the IRS forced me to pay back taxes, this is the only mode of transportation I can afford.

  • junior

    I got two:
    “The IRS, having taken much of what he owns as a settlement for tax evasion, leaves Wesley Snipes with 40 acres and a mule.”
    “Mr. Snipes, you cannot expense the horse. I don’t care how cool you think you look on it; you cannot expense the horse!”

  • Ellipsian

    When the dust settled, a tragic realization set-in: only those settlers fleeing on horseback had had any hope of escape in the Great Black and Tan Hide Rebellion of 1827.

  • marykate

    Horse Zone

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