Henry Earl, The World's Most Arrested Man, Has Probation Revoked, Will Spend Christmas In Can

It will be Christmas in the clink for The World’s Most Arrested Man™.

Kentuckian Henry Earl, whose rap sheet has more than 1500 entries, appeared in a Lexington courtroom yesterday for a probation violation hearing in connection with his most recent bust, an October 4 collar for public intoxication.

Earl, 64, had his probation revoked by District Court Judge Megan Lake Thornton, who ordered him locked up until February 5. On October 3--a day before Earl’s most recent arrest--he was placed on probation for two years for disorderly conduct and public intoxication.

Along with waiving costs costs, Thornton referred Earl (pictured above) to the Hope Center, a substance abuse treatment program for inmates.