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Crime doesn't pay whatsoever and for the owner of a San Antonio Spurs inspired motorcycle, it cost him one pricey, yet extremely cool, chopper.

A San Antonio man was arrested for charges of intent to deliver drugs and the price was one very detailed motorcycle, a 2009 Suzuki Hayabusa, depicting Spurs' Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili. How detailed are we talking about? Check out the photos (via mysanantonio.com, Kevin Martin).

Such a sweet chopper! Talk about a grand dedication to the Spurs. Such a shame it was seized.

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