Here's some obvious ones to get started. Can you add any? Dominick The Bloated Attorney - Long litany of law-breaking misfeasance resulting in disbarment. Long-time regular on the show and social friend of Howard Stern Crazy Cabbie: Incarcerated for tax evasion. Show staff member Robert Ostrosky - Dental Fraud, resulting in felony conviction and house arrest. Howard Stern's father in law, from a family he's described as "The Pittsburgh Kennedys." Big Foot (Mark Shaw version) : although judged incompetent to stand trial, was charged with attempted first degree arson, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Wackpacker often used by Howard Stern as a source for free entertainment Captain Janks: Long time designated prank caller representing many hours of replays where Howard Stern's name is crowbarred in during misrepresented "interviews" often after a catastrophe or tragedy. charges of theft by deception and deceptive business practices in connection with 15 incidents that occurred at 13 different businesses in Montgomery, Chester, Berks, Lehigh, Bucks and Philadelphia counties between October 2006 and April 2009 resulting in 3 weeks incarceration. Elegant Elliott Offen: Career Criminal: Multiple indictments over multiple years of fraud and scamming. Wackpacker appearing on a frequent cycle Here's a 1986 report: To the investigators hunting him, Elliott Keith Offen is an elusive Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde -- a silver-tongued con man one moment and an erratic, violent paranoid the next. He reportedly has used at least 14 aliases, switches addresses every few months and has cash or valuables stashed in safe-deposit boxes scattered from Fort Lauderdale to New York. His extensive criminal past allegedly includes thefts that drove his father to ruin and his brother into the streets of New York as a homeless person, and a $30 million planned bankruptcy in South Florida. On Monday, officials of the Broward Sheriff`s Office, the State Attorney`s Office, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and the FBI released details about Offen at a news conference. Offen is wanted in Broward County on racketeering, organized fraud, conspiracy and grand theft charges in connection with the planned bankruptcy and in New York on three arrest warrants. Miami: 2012: A court decided that a male media personality dressed in female lingerie in a hotel lobby was not maliciously prosecuted. "Elegant" Elliot Offen, then 56, was a guest at the Holiday Inn Miami Beach-Oceanfront Hotel. He claimed hotel workers harassed and threatened him. He called 911, but was arrested by Miami Beach police for refusing to leave the premises. Defense counsel claimed Offen did not conceal his genitalia while in the lobby. They claimed that after being requested to conceal his genitals, he became enraged and engaged in a verbal altercation with the police after they arrived. Offen sued under several theories. Prior to trial, the court entered summary judgment for the defense on all counts except malicious prosecution. Senator Al D'Amato: regular caller, poker-playing buddy and occasional social friend of Howard Stern unindicted allegations of consorting with and abetting the mob, misappropriation of funds as a 911 related lobbyist and most recently, scamming the government by using a female figurehead to win a construction contract with his brother 2013:In the photo, D’Amato stands between Gambino associate Ralph Sciulla and Bonanno associate Giuseppe Gambina. Sciulla was a member of Vernace’s mob crew, the feds say, but just months after the photo was taken he was dead, his body stuffed into car trunk and discovered on Long Island on Aug. 7, 1992. But the prized photo lived on, hanging for years in a mob social club in Queens run by Vernace. “It was on the opposite side of the counter, against the wall in the middle,” Gambina told a jury yesterday. Gambina, now an FBI informant, took the stand at Vernace’s trial and looked at a poster-sized reproduction of the photo displayed for the jury. He explained that the picture was snapped at Giannini’s, a restaurant in Queens where people gathered to support the Republican senator. “It was a fund-raiser for Senator D’Amato,” Gambina recalled. The political mixer in the early ’90s was not the first time that D’Amato had crossed paths publicly with New York gangsters. In the 1980s, he took the stand as a character witness for a Luchese family associate. On another occasion, D’Amato rallied unsuccessfully to persuade then-federal prosecutor Rudy Giuliani to reduce charges against Genovese mobster Mario Gigante. D’Amato also intervened on behalf of Paul Castellano, who at the time was the boss of the Gambino crime family. Any others?