Sure, we all love Adele's "Sorry", but is it really appropriate to sing to a judge in court?  A 21-year-old Michigan man named Brian Earl Taylor thought it would be a good idea to sing his sincere apology during his sentencing for unlawful imprisonment and carrying a concealed weapon.  It's not a bad rendition of the song, but is the proper place to sing it really during your sentencing?

Apparently the song wasn't good enough because Brian was still sentenced for at least three and a half years.